RIMS Events

RIMS Webinar Series

Dear colleague, dear partner,

The RIMS webinar series kicked off very well, and also the second webinar "Cognitive screening, phenotypes and rehabilitation in MS", was a great success.

The next webinar ‘Bladder, Bowel and Sexual Dysfunction in MS’ , is scheduled on Monday, May 2nd, 2022 at 16:00 CET.

Registrations are open! Visit the RIMS website for more information. (free of charge but registration is mandatory)

RIMS Fellowships 2022

We are glad to announce that the RIMS fellowships have been opened.

The RIMS fellowship is available to young European professionals to facilitate their training in rehabilitation related to Multiple Sclerosis among RIMS Member Centres. RIMS supports up to four fellowships annually, each with duration of one week, with a fund of €1000. In the first call, RIMS will grant two fellowships (with deadline June 1st, 2022 ).

You can find the criteria on the RIMS website.

RIMS Annual Report 2021

Have a look at our Annual Report 2021 and see the RIMS activities and projects we took part in.

You can find the annual report HERE.

Interested in becoming part of the RIMS community? Becoming a RIMS member opens several opportunities to enhance your research and clinical practice and to boost networking with your community. Check the benefits and become a member.


Registration is open and the programme is now live.

The call for abstracts is launched (deadline: Wednesday, 18th May 2022 23.59h CEST).

News from our SIG's

SIG Mobility

The first results of the SIG Mobility project 'Impact of COVID pandemic on physical activity and physical therapy'are published.

The paper focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on physical therapy practice from the perspective of the therapist.

News from our Partners

EMSP - Annual Conference

Join the EMSP Annual Conference 2022, taking place on April 29th-30th, held as a hybrid event for the first time. The conference theme is "A Holistic Approach for Personalised MS Care" and will offer the latest MS developments, expert insights and networking with the community!

EMSP Annual Conference 2022 Banner

International Journal of MS Care

The January - February issue of the International Journal of MS Care can be accessed HERE.

The IJMSC will hold its annual editorial board meeting during the upcoming Consortium of MS Centers annual meeting in Washington DC, June 1st-4th, 2022. If you plan to attend the CMSC meeting, please stop by the booth in the exhibit hall, and meet our new publisher, MJH Life Sciences.

Consoritum of MS Centers - Annual Conference

Save the date for the CMSC Annual Meeting 2022, taking place on June 1st-4th.

Visit the CMSC website for more information & registration!

MS International Federation

The MSIF McDonald Fellowships & Du Pré Grants 2022 round is now open. These awards are aimed exclusively to clinicians and researchers who work in and are from low- and middle-income countries. Deadline is June 30.

The McDonald Fellowship is a 2 year grant of 30,000 GBP to the applicant and 2,000 to the host per year. The Du Pré Grant is a 6 month grant of up to £6,000 GBP.

European Brain Council - Rethinking MS

The European Brain Council launched the extension of the virtual exhibition “Living with MS during COVID-19: A case for rethinking MS care in the EU” , where Prof. Jenny Freeman, as part of RIMS, contributed to.

The national extension of the virtual exhibition brings light to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on MS at country level. National stakeholders across Europe want to make a difference in how MS care and treatment are delivered. They call for the need to rethink MS and MS care in terms of coordination, integration and prioritisation in order to ensure optimal care for people living with MS in Europe.

European Brain Council

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