Ros Harman has announced her resignation from the MSWA Board after 18 years of service and valued contribution.
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The survey, where 1,748 Australians (of which 525 are living with MS) participated, revealed there is a disconnect between expectations and workplace realities for those with a health condition.
Margaret Cable, from Toodyay, was diagnosed with MS in the early days of COVID-19. Her story is a heartening example of “I connect, we connect” – the official tagline of World MS Day 2022.
International Nurses Day is our chance to say thank you and show our appreciation to those who go above and beyond each and every day, our nurses.
Professor Moira Sim from Edith Cowan University talks about the Systematic Profiling in Neurological Conditions (SPIN) research project.
TONiC aims to identify the factors most affecting quality of life for people with motor neurone disease and Parkinson’s, and how outcomes and services could be improved. The research also explores the role of genetic and environmental factors associated with neurological diseases.
An MSWA funded research project will trial specially made glasses to see the effects of light therapy on fatigue and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Through MS Australia (MSA), MSWA is currently funding a number of MS research projects in Western Australia. MSA has just announced their $6.9m grants program.
George Pampacos, a former MSWA Board President, has been awarded the John Studdy Award for his contributions to those living with multiple sclerosis.