Advances in digital technology are helping us to predict the onset of a disease, how it will progress, or which is the best treatment option for a particular person. In other words, technology allows us to shift to person-centred healthcare, and what’s more, digital tools can help us from the comfort of our homes. Want to know more?
Join BRAINTEASER Community of Practice!
The BRAINTEASER Community of Practice, a collaborative space for individuals affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), as well as their clinicians, caregivers, researchers, and the general public, is pleased to announce its first webinar titled “The Gender Dimension in Multiple Sclerosis.”
Scheduled for Tuesday, November 28th, this webinar will feature distinguished experts and representatives of patients. It aims to delve into the underlying mechanisms contributing to gender-based differences in multiple sclerosis, examining variables such as prevalence and incidence, age of onset, disease course, hormonal influence, and response to treatment. While primarily intended for MS patients and caregivers, its content will also be valuable for researchers and other healthcare professionals.
This marks the beginning of a series of webinars designed to provide insights into the latest developments in the management of ALS and MS.
Additional information about the webinar and registration facilities will be communicated to the public soon through the dedicated section on the BRAINTEASER web site for the Community of Practice and the project’s social media accounts (LinkedIn, Twitter).