Resources for Professionals

We can offer support to a range of professionals working in the field of MND research and care.

MND Scotland serves as a knowledge base for professionals working with people affected by MND.

As well as funding research and providing information, care and support to people affected by MND, we also offer a range of services to support professionals in their roles.

These include financial support, where appropriate, as well as providing learning opportunities and information resources.

Information and Library Service

MND Scotland has a comprehensive Information and Library Service for professionals and people with Motor Neurone Disease. We have books, journals, conference proceedings and a collection of DVDs on issues pertaining to MND; such as palliative care, disability issues, community care and healthcare.

Education Service

Our Education Service allows professionals, interested organisations, people with MND, family members and carers to learn more about Motor Neurone Disease.

As a part of the service we can organise study days for health and social care professionals and provide in-house awareness raising sessions for employers, such as care agencies and social work staff.

We also run information sessions for families of the recently diagnosed, in conjunction with the MND Clinical Specialist Team.

Professional Development Grant

MND Scotland offers a Professional Development Grant, which allows professionals to meet the costs of attending relevant MND-related conferences and training courses. The grant can be used to cover event fees, registration costs, travel and accommodation.

Gordon Aikman Scholarship

This grant allows people living with MND, their carers and health and social care professionals, to apply with practical ideas for research and development, informed by their own experience of living or working with the condition.

MND Factsheets

We offer a comprehensive set of Factsheets for everyone with an interest in Motor Neurone Disease. 

Factsheets cover a wide range of topics, such as coping with MND, information for carers and research drugs and trials.

Additional Resources

There are numerous internal and external resources which contain useful information for people with an interest in Motor Neurone Disease.

The following external resources may be particularly useful to professionals working in the field of MND research and care:

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Krystin to scale the Forth Bridge in memory of Patricia

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A mother-daughter duo is gearing up to take on a Forth Bridge abseil for MND Scotland.

10 September 2018

MND Fellows 2018

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People living with MND are being sought to become 'MND Fellows' ahead of the International Symposium on ALS /MND in Glasgow in December 2018.

24 August 2018

Six friends gear up for challenges in David's memory

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Six best friends are taking on a range of challenges in memory of David and his father.

23 August 2018

Attend Anywhere

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New tele-health platform empowers people with MND to follow-up with their nurse or doctor from the comfort of their own home.

13 August 2018