We've created and are pleased to provide a range of education events, including conferences, study days and practical workshops, dedicated to improving knowledge and understanding of MND.
Register for our upcoming events
You are warmly invited to attend the first All Wales MND Study Day which is funded by MND Association and developed, in partnership, with leading MND Health and Social Care Professionals from across Wales. The event will be held virtually.
This masterclass aims to help professionals gain more confidence in discussing death, the process of dying and advance care planning with people affected by MND.
Location: St Ann’s Hospice, Cheadle
Date: 23 November 2020
The event will include a combination of discussion, presentation and interactive workshops to enable you to:
- understand the benefits and challenges of offering opportunities to discuss deterioration and dying
- understand what happens as MND progresses and how patients might die
- increase confidence in initiating conversations about end of life
- understand advance care planning and resources to support this
The cost to attend is £40 which includes refreshments and lunch.
Registration is now closed.
This annual free lecture, organised by the MND Association and Royal College of Nursing (RCN), and sponsored by The Stephen Hawking Foundation, will focus on effective respiratory care in MND. It will explore the relevant NICE recommendations, consider how these can be applied and share examples of good practice.
The event will be live-streamed on 25 November from 6.15pm to 9pm. It is suitable for all health and social care professionals and members of the public with an interest in MND. To book your place, visit www.rcn.org.uk/SHFL20
This free annual lecture is a collaboration between the MND Association and the RCN to further understanding and knowledge of MND. The 2019 lecture features Christopher McDermott, Professor of Translational Neurology and Consultant Neurologist presenting latest thinking on nutrition in MND/ALS.
The video can be accessed via RCN TV. Please note you will need to register for a free account.