Friday 9th June 2017 will be a day awash with purple everywhere as we #WearPurpleForJIA. Encourage friends, family and colleagues to wear something purple, from socks to hats, and everything else in between! In doing so, you’re supporting the #WearPurpleForJIA 2017 campaign while raising awareness of juvenile idiopathic arthritis. The #WearPurpleForJIA campaign, now in its third […]Read More Wear Purple for JIA
Some three months have passed since I was in Lisbon with my wonderful friends and colleagues to celebrate the 20th Annual European Conference of People with Arthritis/Rheumatism in Europe (PARE). While in the delightful Portuguese fishing town of Cascais – 30 kilometres West of Lisbon, we also recognised the 70th anniversary of the European League […]Read More Reflections of the EULAR 20th Annual European Conference of PARE
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) in collaboration with the Clinical Research Network are showcasing the diversity of health and social care research in ‘People are Messy’. The event will begin with a film screening of ‘People are Messy’, a Theatre of Debate production which shows the dramatisation of patient and public involvement within health research. This will […]Read More People are messy
Journal clubs have been around for years, providing a place and a time for health professionals and researchers to meet and discuss the latest literature. With advances in social media, journal clubs are now harnessing the use of digital technology by becoming online journal clubs, enabling anyone around the world with an interest in a particular field to meet […]Read More Join the EULAR/EMEUNET online journal club!
As we move ever closer to the general election on June 8th, we find ourselves amidst the constant debates between party leaders, parliamentary candidates and other political activists who blame other parties and politicians for their actions, promising to change things in the next five years should they be elected into Government. Now, you have an opportunity to influence both your […]Read More It’s the least we can do
Today, on World IBD day, I look back at the journey that I have taken while living with inflammatory bowel disease. Just when life seemed to finally be back on track, another obstacle came my way. Having lived with childhood arthritis from the age of three, I had grown up knowing nothing else but the daily […]Read More My IBD Story
Two weeks ago, I attended an exciting and stimulating course at The University of Edinburgh about developing innovative methods in research with children and young people. The hands on two-day course provided us with opportunities to explore our own learning and development needs, consider how children and young people can be involved in the research continuum […]Read More Innovative research with children and young people