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Motor neurone disease (MND) is a progressive and ultimately fatal disease that results in degeneration of the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord.

GPs and others in the primary care team can make a great difference to the quality of life of people with MND, with timely care, support and symptom management.

These online courses are designed to help you support people affected by MND.

Royal College of General Practitioners

These free-to-access courses are open to all health and social care professionals:

An introduction to MND.

Signs and symptoms are examined in more detail, with a focus on management. With the use of case studies, potential treatment options are explored and approaches to end of life care are discussed.

BMJ Learning

Motor neurone disease: diagnosis and management

Breaking bad news: a guide for GPs

End of life care: a guide for GPs

Also in this section:

RCGP Learning module 1

RCGP Learning module 1

Motor Neurone Disease

RCGP Learning module 2

RCGP Learning module 2

Motor Neurone Disease Advanced Care

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