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May 2018 Network News

A group of four healthcare professionals laughing in a meeting

In this edition, we’ll be telling you about the following:

  • Nurse and patient holding hands

    Top tips on fibromyalgia

    Top tips - on fibromyalgia by Dr Joseph McVeigh, Senior Lecturer and Head of Physiotherapy at the University College Cork.

  • Nadine Foster

    Low back pain: A major global challenge

    Lower back pain is the leading cause of years lived with disability worldwide. In order to highlight this condition, the Lancet has recently published a review series on low back pain: a major global challenge.

  • Morgan, Arthritis Research UK campaigns manager and Debs walking down the street

    MSK now a PHE priority

    We’re delighted that MSK conditions are a Public Health England priority for 2018/2019.

  • A helpline worker smiling at the camera

    Services: Our helpline turns one

    Our helpline has just turned one! Find out more about what people have been talking about.

  • An occupational therapist helping a older gentleman to walk

    Our listening panel

    It’s important for us to put people with arthritis at the heart of everything we do. To do this we need to listen to what people with arthritis are telling us.

  • Three people having a meeting

    Want to make a difference to your local health system

    We’re delighted to announce the launch of the MSK Champions programme; a prestigious leadership development opportunity, building a community of MSK Champions.

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