Category Archives: GPs

Guest blog : The Gorilla In Your House

Our Guest Blogger today is Mary of This Is My Blog after a fashion, anyway, and we thank her for her permission in publishing it on our blog. Mary talks of acquiring a disability and how it is bit like getting home to find … Continue reading

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9 ways to get the best out of your neurology appointment

Clinical Nurse Specialists in MS, Julie Webster and Helen Willis give their top tips… Make notes before you come to your appointment with what you want to discuss. Bring specific questions and/or a diary of symptoms with surrounding circumstances Bring … Continue reading

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One Day Essential: Neurology Conference

Last week myself and Diana, our Head of Services, visited the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in London. We were exhibiting at their ‘One Day Essential: Neurology Conference’. The RCGP offer one day conferences to GPs, providing expert specialist … Continue reading

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