The Arthritis NewsletterFall 2020
September is Arthritis Awareness Month
Arthritis research finds answers and saves lives. Learn about our innovative research, opportunities to participate in studies, and ways you can help. Help make vital research continue. We can’t do it without you!
Adjusting to the ‘New Normal’: Returning to School or Work during the Pandemic
It’s Important to be prepared and stay safe. If you suffer from an auto-immune disease, the ‘new normal’ requires extra care to avoid the risks of COVID-19. Hear from others on how they are navigating the pandemic.
It’s Okay to not be Okay – Speaking up about Arthritis and Mental Health
By talking openly about her experience, Eileen Davidson hopes to break the silence and reduce the stigma and misconceptions that plague arthritis and mental health.
Arthritis Research Canada’s new Scientific Director, Dr. Diane Lacaille
21 years with Arthritis Research Canada: Dr. Lacaille’s Journey from Trainee to Scientific Director. Dr. Lacaille, a rheumatologist and a professor at the University of British Columbia, has been with Arthritis Research Canada since its inception.
The Patient-Researcher Partnership is Fundamental for Rheumatology Research at the CHU De Québec-UL Research Center
Our Quebec patient advisory board members – PIRA (Patients Interested in Arthritis Research) are actively engaging in all stages of research to ensure that the research is relevant to the people affected by inflammatory diseases.