Welcome to two new members of ARMA who have joined this month: The Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists We look forward to working with both organisations.
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.
Wales is the only home nation without a full multidisciplinary paediatric rheumatology service, so many children and families in Wales travel long distances to access vital services. Arthritis Care believes children with arthritis in Wales deserve better. That is why …Read More
The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) launched its new Work Survey last week. This will investigate the experiences of people with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Adult Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA), any impact it has had on people’s ability to work …Read More
The Primary Care Rheumatology Society’s annual conference will take place in York: 16-18th November 2017 Park Inn Hotel North St York YO1 6JF An outline programme for the three-day event is available to download, and booking is now open. Please …Read More
The UK Gout Society recently attended the 7th European Symposium of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP 2017) in Malta, organised by the European Pain Federation (EFIC), Pain Alliance Europe, the Active Citizen Network and Grünenthal. The event brought together …Read More
For the upcoming dates for foundation courses in western medical acupuncture from the British Medical Acupuncture Society, please click here to download details. Further training events include, “Self-acupuncture day” and “Acupuncture for Osteoarthritis” courses.
New research conducted by National Voices and Social Enterprise UK has found that only 13% of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) can clearly show that they are actively committed to pursuing social value in their procurement and commissioning decisions. The Public …Read More