This is the page for the ARMA Local Network Group for Portsmouth.
023 9228 6000 ext. 1495
Recent Portsmouth-related ARMA posts:
As you will read in the Portsmouth Osteoporosis Autumn 2014 Newsletter, this has been an exciting year for promoting the National Osteoporosis Society and Queen Alexandra Hospital. Dr Young Min and his team have worked so hard and it is a privilege to be part of this. The Support Group’s Autumn Programme opens on September ...Read More
ARMA Network in Portsmouth would like to invite you to 3 upcoming events in October: 4th October 2014 Portsmouth Hospital Open day Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham NHS Trust Open Day, Various talks, tours and exhibition stands 10:30am-3:00pm Download the Programme-Fracture-and-orthopaedic-OPD. 15th October 2014 Day to Day Living with Arthritis A Patient and Public Conference at Festival ...Read More
Bishops Waltham 19th March 2014 The Portsmouth Support Group covers a wide geographical area and we have been told that some people have difficulty travelling to the city to attend meetings. Consequently, for several years we have been organising events in different parts of the region. The latest of these was held in Bishops Waltham ...Read More
Wednesday 25th June 2014 – The Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth. ARMA Portmouth, Portsmouth Hospitals and the National Osteoporosis Society would like to invite you to have a free exhibition stand/ table to promote the work of your organisation/ charity. For the exhibition, stand holders will be provided with: Table and 2 chairs Refreshments and ...Read More
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The British Society for Rheumatology is delighted to announce that the Best Practice Rheumatology Awards 2013 have been given to teams across the UK, including Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, Portsmouth Hospital NHS Trust, University Hospital Southampton and Trafford General Hospital. The Best Practice Rheumatology Awards 2013 recognise ground-breaking and innovative practice in rheumatology and ...Read More
The aims of the local network are to:
- Monitor local service provision
- Identify and campaign on local service issues using the ARMA Standards of Care and other policy initiatives
- Provide a shared forum for service users, providers and planners
How Can You Help
- By providing representation on the Portsmouth ARMA’s Local Network, contributing to the network campaigns and events.
- By publicising ARMA and our events and meetings in your organisation.
Please contact us if we can supply you with publicity material for ARMA.