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Nurse Kim

I’ve been a nurse for 21 years. These days my work is almost exclusively with people who have relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS). One thing I learned early on is that everyone’s MS is different, and so are their experiences and goals. Consequently, everyone needs a personally tailored treatment plan to tackle the challenges of relapsing MS.

There are so many more treatment options for relapsing MS than there used to be, and that’s what inspired me to become an MS One to One Nurse 3 years ago. I’m glad there are more ways to help meet the needs of my MS patients. I believe that good nursing is all about asking the right questions, listening, and then providing what’s needed.

In my free time, I volunteer with the Red Cross. I’m fixing up a vintage car, and I enjoy hiking. I’m looking forward to being one of the Nurses on the MS One to One blog. It’s another way to connect with even more people living with MS.

/Areas/blog/Content/images/profile/kim.png Posts Kim has authored
Relapsing MS Blog: Preparing for an MRI
  • Kim Nurse Kim Asks

  • What steps do you take to prepare for an MRI?
Conniesays Stewartsays
Relapsing MS Blog: The Importance of Weighing Treatment Benefits and Risks
  • Kim Nurse Kim Asks

  • Why is it important to discuss the benefits and risks of your treatment options with your healthcare provider?
Pamsays Conniesays
Relapsing MS Blog: The Importance of Being Honest When It Comes to Tracking Your MS Symptoms
  • Kim Nurse Kim Asks

  • Why is it so important to be honest with yourself and your healthcare provider when tracking your MS symptoms?
Stewartsays Conniesays
MS One to One Blog: Recognizing the Difference Between Relapses and Pseudo-Relapses
  • Kim Nurse Kim Asks

  • What are pseudo-relapses? How are they different from regular relapses?
Pamsays Conniesays
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