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Publications

We currently have a technical fault with online publication orders, please call us 0300 790 0400 to place your order.

We're sorry for any inconvenience this has caused and are aiming to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

Arthritis Research UK has a range of patient information booklets and leaflets, to provide an ongoing source of information and support to patients. The resources were written by medical professionals following research into what patients really need. The booklets and leaflets have been specifically developed to meet these needs, designed to be straightforward, clear, completely up to date and jargon free.

We also publish a number of educational resources aimed at health professionals and students, including a handbook and DVDs demonstrating clinical examination techniques and regular reports covering developments in the assessment and management of arthritis and related conditions.

These publications are available for free electronic download or physical copies can be ordered and delivered to registered users.

Please note, orders for certain publications may take two to three weeks to reach you.

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Gout booklet cover

Gout

Order or download the gout booklet. Gout, which is caused by deposits of crystals in the joints, is often said to be the most painful form of arthritis.

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Hip pain

Hip pain

Order or download the hip pain booklet. Hip pain is a very common problem but it's not usually a sign of arthritis or any other underlying medical condition.

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Joint hypermobility booklet cover

Joint hypermobility

Order or download the hypermobility booklet. Order or download the hypermobility booklet. It’s very common, but for some people the symptoms can be a problem.

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Knee pain in young adults booklet cover

Knee pain in young adults

Order or download our knee pain in young adults booklet. As many as 1 in 3 young adults experience knee pain at some time or other.

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Lupus (SLE) booklet cover

Lupus (SLE)

Order or download the systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) booklet. SLE is one of the two main forms of lupus. It can cause inflammation in many different parts of your body.

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Neck pain booklet cover

Neck pain

Order or download the neck pain booklet. Neck pain is very common and usually doesn’t have a serious cause.

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Osteoarthritis booklet cover

Osteoarthritis

Order or download the osteoarthritis booklet. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of joint disease, causing joint pain and stiffness.

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Osteomalacia booklet cover

Osteomalacia

Order or download the osteomalacia booklet. Osteomalacia is a condition which affects the skeleton. It is often, but not always, caused by lack of vitamin D.

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Osteoporosis booklet cover

Osteoporosis

Order or download the osteoporosis booklet. Osteoporosis is a condition that causes the bones to become fragile, so that they break more easily.

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Paget’s disease of bone booklet cover

Paget’s disease of bone

Order or download the Paget’s disease of bone booklet. Paget’s disease of bone affects the way your bone develops and renews itself, causing it to become weaker than normal.

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Publications Enquiries

If you have any questions about our publications or would like to talk about a publications order you’ve placed with us, please call: 0300 790 0400 or email: enquiries@arthritisresearchuk.org 

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