by Jenny Brodie, Senior Communications & Brand Officer, NASS Today (01/11/2019) we re-launch our charity as the National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society. For 43 years the NASS has supported people affected by ankylosing spondylitis. Rheumatologists can now diagnose people using MRI …Read More
Arthritis News - Members' Updates
This is where we post the latest Musculoskeletal and Arthritis news provided by ARMA's member bodies, including reports on policy meetings, healthcare best practice, disease research, fundraising events, patient studies and much more related to musculoskeletal disorders and arthritis. News items posted here are also distrubuted to our subscribers via our ARMA newsletter. If you are interested in receiving updates via email, sign up here.
Guest blog by Dr Alison Giles, Associate Director for Healthy Ageing, Centre for Ageing Better and Public Health England; and Elaine Rashbrook, Consultant Specialist, Life Course, Public Health England. In October this year, Public Health England (PHE), together with the …Read More
iO report into primary care MSK MDT management following osteopathic assessment. The Institute of Osteopathy (iO) has published a new low back pain case study. The report investigates effective multidisciplinary team management and sciatica in a primary care setting, following …Read More
Primary Care Rheumatology & Musculoskeletal Medicine Society Annual Conference 14-16 November 2019 Park Inn Hotel, York An educational programme of lectures and workshops for GPs, trainees and other members of the practice team to help develop core skills in musculoskeletal …Read More
October saw the launch of a new National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP), to champion social prescribing and the work of local communities in connecting people for wellbeing. Its objectives include exploring new ways of sourcing statutory and non-statutory funding …Read More
In October 2019 a report on chronic pain services and management from a patient and healthcare professional perspective was published. The research has highlighted a number of key insights and themes for how respondents felt that chronic pain services can …Read More