Arthritis and Employment: Making it Work (Phase I)

Arthritis and Employment: Making it Work (Phase I)

Arthritis and Employment: Making it Work PHASE I: Development and Pilot Testing of a Self-Management Program to Help People with Rheumatoid Arthritis Stay Employed     Principal Investigator Diane Lacaille, MD, MHSc, FRCPCMary Pack Chair in Arthritis ResearchSenior...
Arthritis and Employment: Making it Work (Phase II)

Arthritis and Employment: Making it Work (Phase II)

Arthritis and Employment: Making it Work! PHASE II: Creating a Web-based, eLearning Version of the Program     Principal Investigator Diane Lacaille, MD, MHSc, FRCPCMary Pack Chair in Arthritis ResearchSenior Research Scientist, Arthritis Research Centre of...

Arthritis in the Workforce

News Arthritis in the Workforce   Did you know that arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions are the most common reasons why people stop working in Canada? This webinar with Arthritis Research Canada’s Associate Scientific Director, Dr. Diane Lacaille, will help...

Arthritis Takes Toll on Workplace Productivity

News Arthritis Takes Toll on Workplace Productivity   November 29, 2018 (Vancouver, BC): A recent Arthritis Research Canada study has revealed systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases (SARDS) place significant economic strain on the paid and unpaid workforce in the form...