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Overview

Find out more about our variety of webinar series, which meet the needs of a wide range of rheumatology professionals.

Each webinar has a live Q&A, giving you the chance to put your questions to the speakers.

Our member-exclusive webinars are available on demand on our eLearning site. Webinars available to non-members can be viewed on demand on our YouTube channel.

BSR update

Our BSR member update series covers a diverse range of topics, covering everything from access to care and COVID-19 updates to audits and mental health and wellbeing.

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Specialty registrar training

We support specialty registrar training webinars, facilitating access to training afternoons from departments around the UK for all members, seeking to address the lack of face-to-face rheumatology education for trainees during the pandemic.

Lupus update

This webinar delivers a curriculum-based update on what you need to know about Lupus. The topic is designed for trainees but anyone is welcome to attend
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Improving patient care

This series of interactive webinars delivered in partnership with Versus Arthritis Centres of Excellence aim to bridge gaps in training and improving patient care. Topics include relevant clinical updates including research developments, focusing particularly on those with an impact on clinical practice and patient care. These webinars are an exclusive offering for members across the rheumatology multi-disciplinary team.

Preventing and managing lower-limb OA using novel exercise therapies

To review the evidence for various exercise therapies (including some new ones) for the prevention and management of lower limb osteoarthritis
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BSR/Lilly Expert

In collaboration with Lilly UK, we produce a series of expert webinars supporting nurses and health professionals in their ongoing rheumatology education.

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