“Harnessing a collective focus to transform MSK services”
In this issue
AHPs – Developing new models to support system challenges by Suzanne Rastrick, Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, NHS England
Annual Lecture 2018 ~21 November 2018
‘Introduced by Sue Brown ARMA CEO and Liam O’Toole, CEO, Versus Arthritis, who partnered with ARMA for the flagship lecture, the three presenters delivered speeches that did not disappoint the rapt audience of health professionals, commissioners, patients, public and NHS health officials and, of course, parkrunners.’
Alliance releases MSK and Mental Health Policy Position Paper
This policy position paper on musculoskeletal and mental health identifies a number of areas where patient, professional and research organisations and experts in mental and musculoskeletal conditions felt that there is particular scope for improvement.
MSK services survey – Please let us know what is happening locally
As part of our Clinical Networks Project, ARMA wants to find out what is happening to improve MSK services across England in order to see how we can best target our support for improvements.
Who are ARMA? >>>
The Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA) is the umbrella body for the arthritis and musculoskeletal community in the UK, and our mission is to transform the quality of life of people with musculoskeletal conditions.
We have 40 member organisations ranging from specialised support groups for rare diseases to major research charities and national professional bodies.
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Awaiting rescheduling ~ Webinar: Setting up a MSK Service
Everything you wanted to know about setting up a Musculoskeletal Service but were afraid to ask!
postponed from 5 October 2018, 12.30 – 1.30
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Heard about the new MSK Hub mskhub.org.uk ?
‘It’s a tool for sharing knowledge and collaboration, an online library of resources. If you know of reports, evidence, guidelines that should be posted, please let those authors and organisations know they can add content.’
FibroFlutters supporting ARMA (unaffiliated)
FibroFlutters – Support Group for people with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, EDS/Hypermobility, Mental health, Chronic fatigue/Me, Rare & others offering friendship, support & advice in Sunderland, NE UK and offering online support via our social media network, chronic illness portal, across the globe.
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