Motor Neurone Disease Annual Conference – How far can and should we go?

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1 day conference
08 Jun, 2018
9.30am-4.15pm (registration from 8.45am)
£132
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Tower Lecture Theatre, 30th Floor, Guy’s Hospital, Great Maze Pond, London. SE1 9RT

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Talks will address this year’s theme, how far can and should we go, focusing on topics such as unapproved medicines, withdrawal of NIV and Tracheostomy care. As well as some presentations on practical management of symptoms such as pain and secretions.

  • Conference speakers

    Professor Kevin Talbot, Consultant Neurologist and Professor of Motor Neuron Biology, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
    Emily Ballard, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Progressive Neuromuscular Disease, Lane Fox Respiratory Unit, St. Thomas’ Hospital
    Professor Christina Faull, Consultant in Palliative Medicine & Research Lead, LOROS, Leicester

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