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The adult inflammatory arthritis CSG also holds a number of workshops around topics of research priority.

Adherence Workshop October 2016 (PDF 206 KB)

3rd Non-Pharmacological Interventions Workshop June 2015 (PDF 23.1 KB)

Moderate Disease Activity Workshop October 2014
A workshop on moderate disease activity (PDF 12.1 KB) was held on 03 October 2014 to develop a goal and objectives for those who have only a partial response to treatment.

Rheumatoid arthritis foot trial workshop
Rheumatoid arthritis foot trial workshop (PDF 317 KB)

Comorbidity Workshop
A workshop was held in December 2013 to discuss present knowledge of important comorbidities in rheumatoid arthritis.
Comorbidity workshop report (PDF 493 KB)

Non-pharmacological research priorities in inflammatory arthritis
A 2nd workshop was held on 31 October 2011 to promote and develop research into areas that are not driven by medication. 

Extremely early rheumatoid arthritis workshop
A workshop on extreme early rheumatoid arthritis (EERA) was held on the 6 June 2011 to solicit research ideas.

Biologics workshop
The adult inflammatory arthritis CSG held a workshop around the topic of 'biologics' on 19th January 2011. Read the minutes from the biologics workshop.

The minutes of other workshops are available upon request.

  • Early arthritis strategy day
  • Strategy meeting on anti-TNF failures
  • Meeting on future priorities for non-pharmacological research
  • Early Inflammatory Arthritis





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