A knowledge hub dedicated to the field of neurology for healthcare professionals to learn, connect, share and stay informed.
Teva UK has today announced the launch of an online news and education platform dedicated to neurology entitled NEUROLOGYBYTES, where healthcare professionals working in neurology can discover bite sized content on the latest developments, with a particular focus on migraine and multiple sclerosis (MS). The website can be accessed at Neurologybytes.co.uk.
The website content is curated from neurology congresses and peer-reviewed journals providing access to valuable content in one easy to access hub which is free of charge. The content is reviewed and vetted by an independent steering committee of healthcare professionals working in neurology, with the content then being condensed for quick and easy consumption by the reader.
Find timely, tailored scientific information at your fingertips
The content is split across three key areas – ‘Migraine’, ‘Multiple Sclerosis’ and ‘Events’ – with current articles including:
Get up to date insights from the largest neurology congresses
The ‘Events’ section contains summaries from key international congresses such as the International Headache Congress 2019 and the ECTRIMS 2019.
Commenting on the launch of the new resource, Dr Andrew Ellis, Director – Secondary Care, from Teva UK Limited (the providers of Neurologybytes), said:
“We are delighted to launch Neurologybytes. The platform aims to provide a news and education hub for UK-based healthcare professionals working in Neurology enabling them to access content relevant to their area of medicine. In creating the platform, we established an independent editorial Steering Committee to review and curate the most relevant content, providing post-congress reports alongside relevant medical journal content and e-learning modules, delivering a unique offering for this community.”
Register and tune in for more
Registered users of NEUROLOGYBYTES will also be able to tune into podcasts, webinars and interviews for the latest insights from respected peers in the neurology space, while also receiving monthly newsletters and making connections with the neurology community.
Register for free access to premium migraine and MS content through Neurologybytes.co.uk.