We will be running our first-ever event in Northern Ireland on Sunday 29th April 2018.
This comprehensive, one day presentation will focus on the seven steps of the OMS Recovery Program, namely:
Whatever your level of knowledge, this is an opportunity to get a better understanding about the OMS Recovery Program.
Our hope is that you will leave feeling inspired, informed and that the experience will give you an even better understanding of the Recovery Program, leading to better health and wellbeing.
This event is for you if you:
The program will be beneficial for anyone diagnosed with MS but also for partners and carers of people with MS.
Doors open at 8:30 am with registration and refreshments. The actual program starts at 9:30 am and finishes at 5:30 pm.
A full, detailed course itinerary will be emailed to all attendees at a later stage.
Please note that there are a limited amount of tickets for this event remaining. Please book today to avoid disappointment.
Riddel Hall was founded in 1913 as a residence for female students at Queen’s University thanks to a donation of £25,000 by Eliza and Isabella Riddel. These days it is home to Queen’s University Management School, the William J Clinton Leadership Institute, the Institute of Directors (IOD) and the Northern Ireland Centre for Pharmacy, Learning and Development (NICPLD).
Venue directions will be emailed to you with your e-ticket.
The building is fully accessible for wheelchairs.
If finances are tight but you would like to attend the event, please email us at [email protected] explaining your circumstances.
Our presenters for the 7 Steps to Overcoming MS Event – Belfast are:
Dr Conor Kerley
Conor was diagnosed with MS in 2003 at the age of 15. Faced with a bleak outlook, Conor began searching for evidence supporting dietary and lifestyle interventions to better manage his health. Inspired by his own journey, Conor went on to pursue a career in human nutrition and dietetics with the hope of helping others. Read his full biography here.
Dr Jonathan White
Jonathan is a Obstetrician and Gynaecologist living in Belfast with his wife and young son. He was diagnosed with MS in 2015 and began following the OMS Recovery Program almost immediately. Jonathan loves running and other outdoor activity and is a regular fundraiser for OMS. Read his full biography here.
Phil is a mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) practitioner living in Arrochar, Scotland. Phil was diagnosed with PPMS in 2007 and began following OMS in 2011. He has presented on mindfulness at previous OMS events and was the plenary keynote speaker at the AMEX 2017: 7 Steps to Overcoming MS Event held in Brighton. Read his full biography here.
All three of these facilitators also previously presented at the AMEX 2017: 7 Steps to Overcoming MS Event held in Brighton in October 2017.
April 29, 2018