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  1. 5 eCase Challenges in Multiple Sclerosis - CME/CNE Activities

    CME/CNE Activities

  2. Cognitive Issues in Multiple Scleorsis Update

    Educational conference.

    Allentown, PA 18103See Map
  3. Community Neurology & Case Mgmt: Building Synergies to Enhance Patient-Centered Care in MS

    CME/CNE Activity

  4. Educational Series - IOMSN

    Education Design Activity

  5. Intro to MS for Fitness and Wellness Professionals

    Free online training course for fitness and wellness professionals, including aquatics instructors, yoga teachers, personal trainers, and others who want to learn more about MS. The course provides an overview of the disease and offers specific strategies for working with a diverse MS population. This online course has been approved by the American Council on Exercise for 0.4 continuing education credits.

  6. Medical Student Summer Clinical Fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis 2014

  7. Multiple Sclerosis: New Options for Care

    Nurse CE course

  8. Transform MS Knowledge into Your Practice with the MS Virtual Education Academy

    Free CME

    Multiple Dates
  9. Sick & Tired: Recognizing and Treating Fatigue in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis

    Multiple Dates
  10. MS Boot Camp: Calling All Recruits

    Multiple Dates
  11. Multiple Sclerosis: A course for Occupational and Physical Therapists

    Multiple Dates
  12. Cognitive Impairment in Multiple Sclerosis: New Research on Diagnosis and Management

    Multiple Dates
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