PRISMS Global Webinars is a series of free educational webinars. Led by the PRISMS Steering Committee, these webcasts consist of short presentations highlighting the latest research and insights on a chosen topic.
Working with diverse, global speakers, PRISMS webinars aim to provide a concise update on the latest information with an interactive Q&A session, helping to answer your important questions. As with all PRISMS events, we aim to be inclusive to all those living with and working in the field of MS and provide all information for free without the need to travel. All events are available to view live and on-demand on our website.
Shining a light on MS learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic
Our first PRISMS webinar, ‘Shining a light on MS learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic’, looked at the unprecedented time from the perspectives of people living with Multiple Sclerosis and caregivers. The topics covered included individuals’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the role of telemedicine in treatment and the possible implications for the future.
PRISMS first webinar involved a live TV discussion-style webinar for people living with MS, caregivers, neurologists, nurses, allied healthcare professionals and researchers. The event featured four short presentations, each followed by a live discussion and interactive Q&A session.
Who to trust - learning from each other in MS
Our second PRISMS webinar, ‘Who to trust – learning from each other in MS’, looked at how to identify trustworthy information about MS and its importance in shared decision making. The topics covered included identifying trustworthy sources of information, the role of social media in learning about MS and the importance of trustworthy information in MS treatment and management.
The PRISMS webinar involved a live TV discussion-style webinar for people living with MS, caregivers, neurologists, nurses, allied healthcare professionals and researchers. The event featured three short presentations, followed by a live discussion and an interactive Q&A session.