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The field of providing care for MS patients is always evolving as new and exciting research sheds light on best practices for treatment modification, symptom management, rehabilitation and management of mood and cognitive issues.  Learn about the latest in MS care from providers on the forefront of treating patients with MS.  

This FREE quarterly CME/CE webinar series will increase your MS knowledge, expand access to quality care and ultimately help improve patient outcomes.

Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis in 2019: Current Best Practice and Future Directions

March 28, 2019
4 pm ET/ 3 pm CT/ 2 pm MT/ 1 pm PT

Presented by:
Andrew Solomon, MD
University of Vermont Medical Center, Burlington

The diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) is often challenging. This presentation will detail important recent changes to the diagnostic criteria for MS while also situating these revisions within the evolution of the criteria over time.  The persistent problem of MS misdiagnosis will be discussed, including potential causes and prevention strategies based on recent data, with a focus on proper application of contemporary MS diagnostic criteria.   The presentation will conclude with discussion of data for emerging MS diagnostic biomarkers for MS that may allow earlier and more accurate diagnosis.

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MS in the African American Population

June 11, 2019
4 pm ET/ 3 pm CT/ 2 pm MT/ 1 pm PT

Presented by:
Mitzi Joi Williams, MD
Morehouse University, Atlanta

This presentation will describe the current knowledge about phenotype of MS in African Americans.  It will also identify barriers to involvement in clinical research.

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Recognizing and Managing Depression in your Patients

September 10, 2019
4 pm ET/ 3 pm CT/ 2 pm MT/ 1 pm PT

Presented by:
Rosalind Kalb, PhD
Maggie Kazmierski, LCSW

This presentation will identify and describe etiological factors contributing to depression in MS. It will identify reasons why early and ongoing screening for depression is essential.  And of particular importance to veterans, it will describe suicide risk factors in people with MS.

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