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Rheumatology in Northern Ireland - The state of play

The Northern Ireland report is the last of our UK State of Play sequence. The report presents a clear portrayal of the rheumatology services in Northern Ireland from a patient and clinical perspective.


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Rheumatology in Wales - The state of play

The latest report in the State of Play series presents a picture of rheumatology services across Wales from both clinical and patient perspectives. In addition, it highlights areas of best practice and outlines constructive recommendations to...


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Rheumatology in Scotland - The state of play

In conjunction with the Scottish Society for Rheumatology the report generates a picture of rheumatology services in Scotland. In addition to highlighting best practice, the report aims to develop recommendations to ensure Scotland’s health...


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Integrated information to support transformational change - Learning from the Swedish healthcare system

This report outlines how the development of a more comprehensive registry system in the UK would provide benefits for patients, clinicians and researchers over the short, medium and long term. This would include ensuring patients have the...


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A collaborative approach to improving outcomes in rare rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases

This report outlines a programme of work to improve the care for people with rare inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. It builds upon a national workshop hosted by us in November 2015, which brought together a range of stakeholders to help raise...


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Rheumatology UK the state of play

The report aims to capture the key challenges and opportunities facing rheumatology services and the patients they serve, with a view to bringing these to the attention of those bodies that can make a difference. The report was developed in...


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