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About BSR * Committees, SIGs and Regions * Regions

The society is represented throughout the UK by our Regional Network. Each region is operated by a regional chair who provides support for members within the defined geographical areas. They work closely with the entire multidisciplinary team ensuring best practice is recognised and raised at council meetings to support delivery of the society’s strategic plan.


London North West

The regions forum aims to contribute to professional education and development held...

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London South

The region is split into South East London and South West London in terms of...

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Monthly regional rheumatology postgraduate meetings held...

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North East

This region holds eight educational meetings...

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North West

Holds monthly meetings, regional peer review scheme and...

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South Central

Holds two regular active clinical forums held...

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South West

The region provides six monthly connective tissue/vasculitis meetings...

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West Midlands

The region has an active programme of meetings of regional audit and a rolling cycle of peer review...

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Yorkshire and Humber

There are two programmes of regional meetings as well as...

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Devolved nations:


North and South Wales have a regular teaching programme with teleconference links...

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