Other Local Networks:
Birmingham
Burton-on-Trent
Camden
East Dorset
North Wales
Portsmouth
Stoke-on-Trent

This is the page for the ARMA Network for Scotland.Arthritis in Scotland

Local Contacts:

Angela Donaldson-Bruce
Scotland Director, Arthritis Care
Email: AngelaD@arthritiscare.org.uk

Alan McGinley
Policy & Engagement Manager, Arthritis Care Scotland
Email: AlanM@arthritiscare.org.uk  

 

The aims of the local networks 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

ARMA logoHow Can You Help

  • By providing representation on your local ARMA Network, contributing to the network campaigns and events.
  • By publicising ARMA and our events and meetings in your organisation.

Please contact us so we can supply you with publicity material for ARMA.

Recent Posts from ARMA Scotland

Shaping the RA service in Scotland 27/10/2017 - In two new NRAS videos, our Scottish Ambassadors and Dr Neil McKay from the Scottish Society for Rheumatology, explain how RA patients living in Scotland can help shape improvements to their rheumatology services. Patients who have had RA for a year or more, and live in Scotland, can fill out the questionnaires that will be available ...
Belimumab (Benlysta) approved for restricted use in NHS Scotland 30/05/2017 - On Monday 8th May 2017 the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) published new advice accepting the restricted use of belimumab (Benlysta) by NHS Scotland for lupus patients. This advice was published following a re-submission with evidence supplied by GlaxoSmithKline (the producers of Benlysta) and LUPUS UK on behalf of patients.   Belimumab is the first drug ...
Updated LUPUS UK Publications 31/03/2017 - In the past month LUPUS UK has published updated versions of three of our information leaflets/booklets. These publications were updated to ensure that they meet the requirements of the Information Standard and reflected the most up-to-date evidence. Physical copies are available to order free of charge from LUPUS UK National Office, or you can read/download ...
SEM services can deliver much needed MSK cost savings to the NHS 23/03/2017 - Disease Risk Reduction via Regular Physical Activity Heart Disease 40% Stroke 27% Colon Cancer 25% Breast Cancer 24% Type 2 Diabetes 30% Hypertension 50% Source:  A Fresh Approach in Practice – NHS North West and the FSEM UK 2011 The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) UK has responded to the Scottish Parliament Health ...
Arthritis Research UK: Conferences and MSK Calculator 26/10/2016 - Party conferences The Arthritis Research UK Policy and Public Affairs team attended the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat party conferences in England and the SNP conference in Scotland. Notable meetings include Penny Mordaunt, Minister of State at the DWP, the Labour shadow health team and Aileen Campbell Minister for Public Health and Sport at Holyrood. ...
‘Who Cares’ – NRAS launches new report exploring social care and people with RA in Scotland 27/09/2016 - 89% of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients in Scotland say condition affects their daily activities yet unaware of eligibility for help with care and support from their local council. The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS), today publishes ‘Who Cares? A report on the health and perceived social care needs of people with rheumatoid arthritis in Scotland’. ...