BSR and BHPR Guideline for the Management of Gout is now open for public consultation.

Please respond by downloading the forms from the BSR website.

Responses close noon 10 August 2016. All responses will be collated and sent back anonymously to the Group writing the Guideline for consideration – if they’re accepted they will incorporated in the final version.

 

Autumn Conference

13-14 Oct 2016 | Bath Assembly Rooms

The Autumn Conference is BSR’s intimate and highly interactive event which focuses on interesting and complex cases. Places are available but we’re getting ever closer to capacity!
Book yours now before we sell out.

 

Rheumatology 2017

25-27 April 2017 | ICC Birmingham, UK

Plans for Rheumatology 2017 are already under way!
Register your interest online to receive the latest news and alerts.

 

Myositis Masterclass

01-02 Dec | Manchester

Join us for two days of best practice idiopathic inflammatory myopathy learning:

  • standardised classification
  • examination methods
  • diagnostic tools
  • biopsy techniques
  • muscle histology
  • treatment protocols

Delegates will benefit from a comprehensive training package giving you a complete picture of neuromuscular assessment in order to improve overall quality of patient care. For more information or to book your place, visit the course website.

 

Basic Ultrasound

23-24 Sept | Southend

Want an introduction to musculoskeletal ultrasound? Join our two day course and have the opportunity to get involved in supervised individual and group practice sessions. BSR and the Ultrasound Special Interest Group are also pleased to be able to award up to 10 bursaries of £500 to Developing Ultrasound course delegates. Full details of how to book and apply are available on the course website.

 

Join BSR on LinkedIn

Do you have a LinkedIn account? If so, why not join in the conversation with BSR. We’d encourage you to use the group as a forum for professional discussion. You can join the BSR group by using this link or by searching ‘British Society for Rheumatology’ in the LinkedIn search bar.

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