MSC seeks out input of people with MS on treatment.
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To improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative network of independent MS organizations.
The Multiple Sclerosis Coalition (MSC) was founded in 2005 by three independent multiple sclerosis (MS) organizations in an effort to work together to benefit individuals with MS. Since that time, we have grown to nine member organizations, all of whom provide critical MS programs and services.
Our vision is to improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative national network of independent MS organizations. Our mission is to increase opportunities for cooperation and provide greater leverage in collaborative and effective use of resources for the benefit of the entire MS community.
Our primary objectives are to educate, advocate, collaborate, and improve the efficiency of services for individuals with MS and those who are close to them. We provide critical momentum to work together to enhance these exciting MS initiatives and to ensure this collective support continues.
Check out member organization International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses (IOMSN): Validate your experience as a Multiple Sclerosis Nurse! Sit for the MSCN Examination. Join our study group now! ... See MoreSee Less
Watch for member organization National Multiple Sclerosis Society: "I was fortunate enough to be a part of the National MS Society Medical Student Mentorship in 2018. MS does not have a simple solution. MS is a journey, and the patient-doctor relationship is critical in helping patients have the greatest quality of life possible. My experience through this program allowed me to observe the interactions between physicians and MS patients, and to have the experience of my own. I also had the opportunity to have hands-on learning. The mentorship helped develop my clinical skills and made me more comfortable interacting with patients. Last but not least, I saw the strong bonds between doctors and their patients and hope to utilize these same principles when I practice medicine in the future." - David Vo
In 2019, the National MS Society will provide this experience to 25 medical students in an effort to attract more talent to the field of neurology and address MS neurologist shortage. To learn about the MS clinical mentorship program for medical students, please visit ntlms.org/mentorship2019 ... See MoreSee Less