14th of March 2019, Fourth ParadigMS Symposium. The ParadigMS Foundation and the Belgian Study Group for Multiple Sclerosis (BSGMS) organised an interactive learning and networking experience. Here you can review one of the two lectures that were on the agenda.
Prof Ralf Ziemssen gave an introduction and his perspective on real world data in MS. What is it and why is it so important to collect them. And how real world evidence complements clinical trial data.
Professor Tjalf Ziemssen is Director of the Center of Clinical Neuroscience with its Multiple Sclerosis Centre (MSC), neuroimmunological lab (NIL) and
autonomic lab (ANF) at the Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital, in Dresden, Germany.
He is an active member of several neurological societies, including the German Neurological Society, the European Neurological Society, the
American Academy of Neurology and the European Federation of Autonomic Societies.
Minimum two MS experts collaborate to produce an educational slide deck. These slide decks are presented (live) to ParadigMS members, peer reviewed and updated.
The slide decks are published on the ParadigMS website “on behalf of ParadigMS”.
Based on the slide decks, publications are produced. These publications are peer reviewed and published as consensus publications.
Regional (fe: Scandinavian countries, Benelux, …) or national events where state-of-the-art science is transferred to general neurologists and other care givers (nurses, etc) that are confronted with MS in their day to day practice.
Webinars can complement the educational events.
The educational slide decks, events and webinars can be important building blocks of accredited educational programs.