Arthritis Patient Advisory Board (APAB) presents:
Arthritis Research Education Series
Prevent. Thrive. Find Answers.
Arthritis is Serious! It affects over 6 million Canadians, young and old, and can have life-threatening consequences. Arthritis can affect how you live and how long you live.
Arthritis Research Canada/Arthrite-recherche Canada’s mission is to transform the lives of people with arthritis through research and engagement. Our research gives patients the tools needed to triumph over pain and disability. Arthritis research is the only way to find answers that will ease pain, lessen disability and improve quality of life for people with arthritis.
Arthritis Research Canada works for and with patients. Our team of world-class, research scientists collaborate with our Arthritis Patient Advisory Board (APAB) partners to ensure our research is relevant, meaningful and helpful. We conduct research aimed at arthritis prevention, facilitating early diagnosis, new and better treatments, and improving quality of life. Our goal is to get research results into the hands of those who need it most, right now!
The Arthritis Research Education Series has been created to take an in-depth look at specific areas of arthritis research that matter to you and to present in a user friendly, multi-media format. We hope you find the episodes below informative and helpful.
Stop Osteoarthritis After a Sports Injury
It's important to play the long game when it comes to knee health.Learn More
Making it Work™: Employment & Arthritis
Your career doesn't have to end just because you have arthritis.Learn More
The Care Equation: You + Your Doctor
It's a team effort. Understanding arthritis healthcare decisions.Learn More
Cardiovascular Disease & Arthritis
Get to the heart of this serious, life-threatening complication.Learn More
The Puzzle of Hip Pain & Hip Osteoarthritis
It’s hip to be aware. Understanding femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) as a cause of hip osteoarthritis (OA).Learn More
Anxiety & Depression in People with Arthritis
Just as your physical health is important, so is your mental health.Learn More