The Future of Managing Rheumatology Conditions in the Community
Join our panel of clinical and industry experts in conversation, on Wednesday 26 May 2021 from 12:30 – 13.45, in the twelfth of a series of free, live webinars.
Connect Health “Change” brings you the twelfth in a series of webinars to make and embed transformation in healthcare. Aimed at system leaders and clinicians across the NHS, the webinars provide practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with.
During this webinar senior clinicians, system leaders, patients and experts will debate the future of managing rheumatology conditions in the community.
The webinar will aim to cover:
- The benefits and challenges of community and secondary care provision
- What can community rheumatology learn from advancements in other community services over the last decade
- Rheumatology through the lens of the patient, consultant rheumatologist, rheumatology nurse, community care, commissioner and GP
- Battling waiting lists and providing equitable services
(subject to change)
12.30: Dr Krisztina Szabo-Kocsis, Consultant 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 Cunningham, Rheumatology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Herts Valley Integrated MSK Service – the nurses viewpoint, waiting lists and providing equitable services
13.00: Dr Louise Warburton, GPwSI 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 Ellis, Consultant Rheumatologist, senior clinical policy adviser at Versus Arthritis – The benefits and challenges of community and secondary care provision
Help us to reach a wider audience and share our event poster.
Watch the full webinar here:
Or jump to an individual talk using the following links:
Read more about transformation at Connect Health: