All Roads Lead To Change

All Roads Lead To Change

Addressing Unmet Needs in the African American MS Community

Program provided by MSAA and its educational partners

Current Activities

A Case for Early Diagnosis

A Case for Early Diagnosis

Learn about best practices and behaviors of culturally sensitive providers while following a case study in this CE activity.

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A Case for Mindful Patient-Provider Communication

A Case for Mindful Patient-Provider Communication

This CE activity includes a special interview with a MS patient advocate that helps highlight the importance of patient-provider communication.

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All Roads Lead to Change Best Practices Monograph

All Roads Lead to Change: Addressing Unmet Needs in the African American MS Community Web Activity

Please view this Web Enduring Activity which highlights key takeaways from the All Roads Lead to Change webcast series.

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Key Insights Infographic – All Roads Lead to Change: Addressing Unmet Needs in the African American MS Community

Please view this interactive infographic which outlines key takeaways from the All Roads Lead to Change webcast series.

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All Roads Lead to Change Best Practices Monograph

Best Practices in Improving Care Quality and Mitigating Health Disparities from the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America Working Group

As a result of the All Roads Lead to Change work group meeting held in October, the group developed a best practice monograph titled “Best Practices in Improving Care Quality and Mitigating Health Disparities from the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America Working Group.” This monograph explores the complex clinical and situational characteristics of MS in African Americans, the importance of timely diagnosis and access to appropriate care. It also explores the impact of health disparities and social determinants of health. The monograph thoroughly outlines seven best practice recommendations from the work group and serves as a framework for learners’ participation in all other All Roads Lead to Change educational activities.

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