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ANNOUNCEMENT - In-between meeting SIG Occupation

Where? Haslev/Copenhagen, Denmark

When? Friday 23th – Saturday 24th November

Theme of the meeting: 2+2=5 – The synergies of multidisciplinary rehabilitation in MS

Local organizers: Heidi V. Jacobsen and Lene M. Kallmeyer at the Sclerosehospitals in Denmark.

 

For more information, contact ingergrethe.loyning@mssenteret.no or sofie.ferdinand@mscenter.be

 Prof. Vincent de Groot was present in London (May 16th) for the MultipleMS Stakeholder meeting. You can find below a summary of the meeting and the newsletter.

Summary_from_the_MultipleMS_Stakeholder_Meeting.pdf

Newsletter_May2018.pdf

It gives us the greatest pleasure to invite you to join us at our 1st RIMS Workshop 'Rehabilitation in Progressive MS', to be held at the Scandic Hotel in Copenhagen (DK), on Thursday 6 December 2018. 
We are proud to announce our first workshop of the RIMS 'going local tour'. Every year we will organize this workshop in another city in Europe. With this tour we want to give everyone access close to home.

More information at: www.rims-workshop.org/Copenhagen2018

 

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SIG Bladder, Bowel & Sexuality in-between meeting

The meeting will be held on the 26th October 2018 at the Glasgow Caledonian University’s London site at GCU London.

(Address: 40 - 48 Fashion Street, Spitalfields, London, E1 6PX ; more information at https://www.gculondon.ac.uk/contactus/howtofindus/)

Speakers:

Dr Nikki Cotterill - the IMPAQTS study (a national survey that captured self-report of UI, AI, quality of life and sexual matters associated with Progressive MS).

Prof Doreen McClurg - abdominal massage and the findings of a large RCT.

 

More information will follow soon.

We are pleased to announce that the call for abstracts for the 2018 SIG Mobility meeting in Glasgow is now open. Abstracts should be submitted as a word document conforming to the guidelines below. Abstracts should be sent to SigMobility@gcu.ac.uk. The closing date for abstracts is Friday 27th of July 2018.

Guidelines for abstract

  • Abstracts should be no more that 250 words (excluding title, authors and affiliations). They should not contain figures or tables.
  • Title
  • Authors and their affiliation
  • Background and Aims(s)
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion

More information on the meeting

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