Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance

BSR have produced a collection of case studies which highlight and share best practice between the rheumatology services that took part in the National Clinical Audit for rheumatoid and early inflammatory arthritis.

Following the publication of the second annual report in July 2016, BSR undertook an analysis to identify providers which had performed well in relation to NICE Quality Standard 33 and, specifically, each of the statements within the standard. These providers were contacted and asked to submit case studies to explain how they had achieved these results and confirmation that their clinical lead was happy to provide peer support to other units.

You can download the collection of case studies from the BSR website.

Rheumatology 2017

25-27 Apr 2017 | ICC Birmingham

Secure your place for Rheumatology 2017, the UK’s leading rheumatology event.

We’re pleased to announce our Keynote speakers:

  • Prof Lucy Wedderburn– Inaugural Barbara Ansell Address
  • Prof Chris Denton – Heberden Round
  • Prof Christopher Buckley– Heberden Oration
  • Prof Candy McCabe – Droitwich Medical Trust Lecture

Book before 10 February 2017 to secure early bird rates.

Developing Ultrasound

3-4 Feb | Wigan

A two day, hands-on course with supervised, individual and group practice sessions on real patients.

Covering a comprehensive review of regional musculoskeletal ultrasound, diagnosis of MSK pathology and the pitfalls of interpretation. The highlights from the course include ultrasound in:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Spondyloarthropathy
  • Crystal disease
  • Remission.

In addition there are sessions on temporal artery scanning, guided procedures and much more.

For more information or to book head to the BSR website.

You can help form BSR’s response to the following consultations

BSR have a number of consultations in which we need to respond to and would welcome any feedback to help form our responses.

Head to the BSR website for more information on the consultations.

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