Norton Neuroscience Institute’s 2020 Neuroscience Expo provides free sessions offering the latest information about multiple sclerosis for patients and caregivers.
The 2020 Neuroscience Expo offers free online sessions with the latest information about multiple sclerosis (MS) for patients and caregivers.
For those living with, or caring for someone with MS, the condition can present new challenges or the need to change the care plan.
This event allows individuals living with a neurological condition — or their family, caregivers, support care providers and others — a way to connect with speakers from Norton Neuroscience Institute and other MS-related specialties for live presentations and discussions.
The Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center, in partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, is hosting a three-part featured session on “Pathways to Wellness” with neurologist Geeta A. Ganesh, M.D., Colin Hulls, DPT, NCS, and Sara L. Perry, APRN.
This year’s MS track features the following sessions:
Pathways to Wellness
Session 1: MS Wellness Research
Get up to speed on the importance of wellness as it relates to MS, factors that contribute to your wellness and current research efforts
Geeta Ganesh, M.D. (In partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society)
Session 2: Wellness Through Exercise and Lifestyle Physical Activity
Listen to recommendations that everyone living with MS can follow to stay active and health
Colin Hulls, DPT (In partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society)
Session 3: Getting started with Your Healthy Lifestyle
Learn about exercise and lifestyle physical activity recommendations for living with MS as well as preparing you to develop goals to help you commit to behavior change.
MS and the COVID-19 Era
Learn the latest in what we know about how COVID-19 can impact patients with MS.
Anna V. Bite, D.O. (In partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society)
Integrative Medicine and MS
Learn about the importance of incorporating integrative medicine into your MS treatment plan.
Behavioral Health and MS
Meeting all the needs of MS patients, including those related to mental health, should be a top priority of clinicians. Learn about the importance of utilizing interdisciplinary care and behavioral medicine into standard MS care practices.
Bryan Davis, Psy.D., MS
MS Generic Drugs and Patient Concerns
Are generic MS drugs as effective as brand-name drugs? Join us to find out the answers to your concerns.
Christie Lee Scott, Pharm.D.
The Role of the MS Nurse Navigator
Have you ever wondered what an MS nurse navigator is and how they can help you? Learn how an MS nurse navigator can identify and address your needs.
Brittny Wannemuehler, RN