Fibromyalgia awareness week 2017

Fibromyalgia is a long-term condition characterised by widespread pain and profound fatigue. It's not clear exactly how many people are affected by fibromyalgia, although research has suggested it could be a relatively common condition affecting around 1 in 20 people to some degree. Other symptoms of fibromyalgia often include unrefreshing sleep, headaches, an irritable bowel, … Continue reading Fibromyalgia awareness week 2017

Young people’s voice in healthcare research across Greater Manchester

A new and exciting young person's healthcare research advisory group, in partnership with the Manchester Clinical Research Facility, is launching for anyone aged between 11 and 24 living in Greater Manchester. Don't worry if you don't have experience of healthcare research either. If you have an interest in getting involved and having a say on what … Continue reading Young people’s voice in healthcare research across Greater Manchester

Translate: Realising medical technologies innovation in Leeds

The Leeds City Region is a driving force for the healthcare sector in the United Kingdom, with world-leading clinical expertise and research capacity across its universities, hospitals, healthcare and medical device manufacturing sectors. From the need to ensure that research is translated and implemented in practice, Translate was established as a new partnership of universities in … Continue reading Translate: Realising medical technologies innovation in Leeds

Influence the rheumatology research landscape as a patient, parent or carer

Would you like to get involved in helping to influence research into medicines for children with rheumatological conditions in the United Kingdom (UK)? If so, there are vacancies on the UK's paediatric rheumatology clinical studies group for patient, parent and carer representatives. The National Institute Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN): Children and Arthritis Research … Continue reading Influence the rheumatology research landscape as a patient, parent or carer