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Reports from 2002 to 2014

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Some of our older publications may be out of date or express positions that the organisation no longer endorses.

If you would like to find out more or what our current policy positions are on these topics, please get in contact with the policy team at

Care planning and musculoskeletal health – November 2014 – Arthritis Research UK (PDF 1.46 MB)

Musculoskeletal Health: A public health approach – July 2014 – Arthritis Research UK (PDF 3.01 MB)

Osteoarthritis in general practice – July 2013 – Arthritis Research UK (PDF 3.87 MB)

Arthritis, joint replacement and patients’ rights under the NHS Constitution July 2013 – Arthritis Research UK (PDF 287 KB)

Personal health budgets: perspectives from people with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions August 2012 – Arthritis Research UK (PDF 1,452 KB)

Twice as likely: putting long-term conditions and depression on the agenda – April 2012 – Arthritis Research UK, British Heart Foundation, Depression Alliance, Diabetes UK, National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society, Macmillan (PDF 181 KB)

A call to action providing better footwear and orthoses – 2012 – Arthritis Research UK (PDF 250 KB)

A Heavy Burden: The occurrence and impact of musculoskeletal conditions in the UK today –  2011 –  Arthritis Research UK & the University of Manchester (PDF 1,256 KB)

Obesity and arthritis: Time for Action – February 2009 – Arthritis Research Campaign (now Arthritis Research UK) (PDF 837 KB)

Arthritis: The big picture – 2002 – Arthritis Research Campaign (now Arthritis Research UK) (PDF 128 KB)

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