UK Rheumatology Nurses/ Practitioners Society is committed to supporting local, regional and nation events and meetings to support its membership with continuing education fits their needs.
We aim to offer a growing events listing.
You can register your event, meeting and conference Free of charge
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There are only two months left to submit your abstract to EULAR 2017 (Annual European Congress of Rheumatology) to be held in Madrid from 14-17 June 2017.
Don't miss the opportunity to be involved in the leading European meeting that offers the highest standard for scientific, educational and social exchange in the field of rheumatology.
Please note that the content of the abstract must be related to one of the following categories of topics:
- Basic and translational
- Clinical topics by disease
- Clinical topics by area of research
- Health Professionals in Rheumatology abstracts
- PARE/Patient abstracts
February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month in which we aim to highlight Raynaud’s and the work of the RSA by asking you to “LOVEyourGLOVES!”. February is statistically the coldest month of the year and it is vital to wrap up warm and protect your extremities. We want you to help us raise awareness, get involved in some fun activities and raise vital funds for research into these conditions. Why not get your oven gloves on a host a bake sale or your goalie gloves and host a charity football match? To inspire you, take a look at our leaflet here.
If you could tweet #loveyourgloves, put up a poster which you can download here, organise a fundraising event or help in any way to highlight this campaign please contact the RSA on 01270 872776 or [email protected]. Raynaud’s hints and tips will be shared throughout February so make sure you follow us to read these!
If you would like to knit some gloves for Raynaud’s Awareness Month, you can find some free patterns below:
Arthritis Care Awareness Week is a UK based event which raises awareness about arthritis, gathers support for people with this condition, and highlights the work of Arthritis Care, a charity which supports this event. Arthritis is a condition marked by painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. There are many types of arthritis which can affect a person in different ways.
For more information https://www.arthritiscare.org.uk