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The purpose of the study is to establish a comprehensive list of medication side effects that patients with RA might experience. This will help us to measure these side effects, and inform strategies for reducing their impact. We are interested in hearing about your experience(s)!

Arthritis Research Canada Welcomes Joy MacPhail and Jordan Langlois to the Organization’s Board of Directors

Arthritis Research Canada welcomes Joy MacPhail and Jordan Langlois to the organization's board of...

Le fondateur et directeur scientifique d’Arthrite-recherche Canada passe le relais à sa...

Arthritis Research Funding Highlights Dr. Cheryl Barnabe (Arthritis Research Canada, Alberta) is...

Arthritis Research Canada creator and scientific director passes the baton to successor July 7,...

 

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Arthritis Research Funding Highlights

Arthritis Research Funding Highlights Dr. Cheryl Barnabe (Arthritis Research Canada, Alberta) is Canada’s leader in research relating to the health of the indigenous community. Dr. Barnabe as Co-Principal Investigator with Cara Bablitz, Lynden Crowshoe, Michael Green,...

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COVID-19 and Arthritis Research

COVID-19 and Arthritis Research The research team at Arthritis Research Canada are working across Canada and internationally to create registries, to study psychological impacts, attitudes and behaviours, and assess the delivery of health services.Our Associate...

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Participants needed: Rheumatoid arthritis care. Optimizing early treatment strategies in early RA through shared decision-making

Interested in participating in research? Do you have rheumatoid arthritis (RA)? This study is addressing the importance of patients having a say in their treatment and making shared decisions with their doctors. Decision aids are tools that can help patients and doctors work together to choose between treatments and help patients understand their options and what is most important to them. This study will identify the best way to use patient decision aids and then follow up with testing in a rheumatology clinic.

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La santé mentale est tout aussi importante que la santé physique. S’attaquer à l’anxiété et à la dépression chez les personnes atteintes d’arthrite

La santé mentale est tout aussi importante que la santé physique. S’attaquer à l'anxiété et à la dépression chez les personnes atteintes d'arthrite « Je me souviens que c'était en 2015, un an avant que je reçoive mon diagnostic. Mon dos me faisait souvent souffrir,...

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