2021 Online Seminar Series

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New 2021 Online Seminar Series, Focus on axial spondyloarthritis. Registration is now open for these new series of free interactive online seminars. These seminars are aimed at health care professionals and will cover key areas for the identification, diagnosis and management of axial spondyloarthritis. Meetings will be recorded and available on line until June 2021…. Read more »

COVID-19 Physiotherapy News

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Updated 1st September 2020   We are indeed living in ‘unprecedented’ times and many things may never return to the ‘old’ normal but instead be replaced by a ‘new’ normal.  We all now talk with new vocabularies including ‘social distancing’,  ‘2 meter rules’ ‘Stay Safe’, ‘Track and Trace’  and many more.  The virtual world and what… Read more »

BRITSpA Annual Scientific Meeting 2021 announced

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SAVE THE DATE: After the success of the first virtual Annual Scientific Meeting last september,  we are planning to hold a virtual meeting on  22nd September 2021, 1300 – 1700 hrs. We have prepared a quality and interactive programme  and are delighted to announce that our popular abstract competition will be back. Stay tuned for… Read more »

Abstract submission to open on 5th March 2021

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Abstract submission for the BRITSpA Annual Scientific Meeting will open from 5th March 2021 to 30th June 2021. The 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting will take place as a virtual meeting on 22 September 2021 and we are looking forward to  receiving your submissions for the Abstract  Annual Competition. Please keep an eye our website for… Read more »

BRITSpA UK consensus statement on the use of MRI in axial SpA

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UK recommendations developed to help clinicians make the best use of MRI in the diagnosis of axial Spondyloarthritis (axial SpA) are now published in Rheumatology (Oxford). This consensus statement was the work of an expert task force of UK based rheumatologists and radiologists assembled by the British Society for Spondyloarthritis (BRITSpA) with the aim to standardise… Read more »