Q&A With Megan Weigel From Baptist Neurology: Nurses Play Key Role In Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

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Treating multiple sclerosis requires the work of a number of people. One of the key members of that team is the nurse. Specially trained nurses can help ease the burden of doctors while also providing needed help to patients.

Treating multiple sclerosis requires the work of a number of people. One of the key members of that team is the nurse. Specially trained nurses can help ease the burden of doctors while also providing needed help to patients.

Megan Weigel, DNP, ARNP-C, MSCN, from Baptist Neurology in Florida discussed the role of nurses during the process and their role in helping keep the quality of life as high as possible for their patients during the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers in Indianapolis. Weigel said patients and healthcare professionals can find multiple sclerosis certified nurses can be found by contacting the International Organizatoin of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses.

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