The Future of Managing Rheumatology Conditions in the Community

The twelfth webinar in the series, ‘The Future of Managing Rheumatology Conditions in the Community‘ took place on Wednesday 26 May, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

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Tags: Rheumatology

The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 26 May 2021 for the twelfth in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

12.30: Dr Krisztina Szabo-KocsisConsultant Rheumatologist, South West Essex Community Rheumatology Service, Connect Health – Introduction from the chair

12.40: Fen Kipley – Surviving pain advocate, living with fibromyalgia, seronegative inflammatory arthritis and hypermobility syndrome – a patient perspective

12.50: Maria CunninghamRheumatology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Herts Valley Integrated MSK Service – the nurses viewpoint, waiting lists and providing equitable services

13.00: Dr Louise WarburtonGPwSI Rheumatology; senior lecturer Keele University, Associate Medical Director, Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust – A primary and community care perspective, learning from advancements in other sectors

13.10: Dr Benjamin EllisConsultant Rheumatologist, senior clinical policy adviser at Versus Arthritis – The benefits and challenges of community and secondary care provision

13.20: Q&A

13.45: End

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