This is the page for the ARMA Local Network Group for Portsmouth.
023 9228 6000 ext. 1495
Recent Portsmouth-related ARMA posts:
Wednesday 21st September 201609:00 am – 4:00 pmMountbatten Centre, Alexandra Park, Portsmouth Portshosps 10th Birthday Conference“Taking Control of Your Arthritis and Connective Tissue Disease for the Future” You are invited to attend the Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Department of Rheumatology 10th annual patient and public conference. The day will include a series of talks given by consultants, ...Read More
by Colin Beevor, Matron and Service Manager, Musculoskeletal OPD Services They say “it’s good to talk” and after the inaugural ARMA Portsmouth Network Meeting, I would agree. Although leading up to the event you are always worried that you will not get the numbers turning out – I’ll say here that planning was the key ...Read More
Wednesday 13th April 2016 – Tired of Being Tired – supporting patients with Fatigue associated to their Arthritis and Connective Tissue Diseases. Everyone gets tired from time to time. But when those living with arthritis and connective tissue diseases report excessive tiredness or fatigue it really can become disruptive to their daily life. Many people ...Read More
The Portsmouth and district ARMA Local Network, would like to invite you to its first networking event. The open meeting for musculoskeletal (MSK) Consultants, Nurses and Health Care Professionals will also be attended by representatives from National and Local Patient Organisations to give the event a truly integrated and dynamic delegate group. Wednesday, 3rd February ...Read More
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The Department of Rheumatology, Portsmouth Hospitals Charity, invites you to an afternoon of light music and cream tea at the Pyramids Centre on the Clarence Esplanade. Sunday 27th September 2015 With music from the Portsmouth Philharmonia Orchestra. An event in aid of the Department of Rheumatology Charitable Funds, Osteoporosis & Bone Health. Please see the ...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.
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