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Education project grants

Arthritis Research UK has funded a number of research projects aimed at investigating innovative approaches to enhance the education of healthcare professionals and the public on musculoskeletal disorders – see more information below.

Currently funded education project grants:

A review of how accessible and relevant patient information materials are for people with lower literacy levels who have arthritis

The educational needs of carers of people who have rheumatoid arthritis

How should we educate young people to help them make decisions about biologic therapies?

Developing a web-based information resource for young people living with chronic arthritis and their carers

The delivery of a layered and culturally appropriate electronic educational resource for ethnic minorities

Development of a musculoskeletal ultrasound training website

The Pain Garden: a novel way of helping people to understand how they are affected by persistent pain

Experiences and needs of children whose parents have long-term rheumatic conditions

A study of the effectiveness of nurse education of patients taking methotrexate

Understanding the impact of joint pain and how exercise can help

Can online videos spread the message about juvenile idiopathic arthritis?

A study looking at the gap between the support that community pharmacists give to patients suffering with arthritis and what patients actually want

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