There are only eight spots left for Camp Courageous, a Queensland camp for children aged 10-17 living with juvenile arthritis.
2014/2015 Impact Report Released
Arthritis Queensland has released the 2014/2015 Impact Report showcasing the achievements of the year in education, support and fundraising for Queenslanders living with Arthritis.
Participants required for osteoarthritis study
Rheumatology researchers at The University of Queensland are seeking people who have been diagnosed by a doctor as having osteoarthritis (OA) in at least one of the following joint areas: hand, hip or knee.
Delisting of paracetamol
We are deeply concerned by the Federal Government’s plans to delist over the counter medications, in particular osteo-paracetamol, from the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
New resource for nurses
Primary health care nurses are now better placed to help care for people with osteoarthritis following the launch of a new resource on running osteoarthritis nurse-led clinics.
World-first therapy for rheumatoid arthritis
Results of the first human trial of the treatment by Arthritis Queensland Chair of Rheumatology Professor Ranjeny Thomas will be released internationally today, with scientists showing it to be safe and effective in reducing inflammation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.