Optimising patient communication Part 1.

The crucial role of nurses in optimising patient communication.

Optimising patient communication Part 2.

The importance of IBD nurses in discussing biologic switch with patients.

Optimising patient communication Part 3.

Improving patient communication through the understanding of their need to share the information.

Optimising patient communication Part 4.

Optimising communication through establishing trust with the patient.

The role of PAGs in switching Part 1.

Introducing the patient advisory group.

The role of PAGs in switching Part 2.

Large-scale advocacy.

The role of PAGs in switching Part 3.

Collecting and sharing the information.

The role of PAGs in switching Part 4.

Outcomes of PAG research.

Examples of successful switching programmes Part 1.

Building trust in switching.

Examples of successful switching programmes Part 2.

Building trust in switching.

Examples of successful switching programmes Part 3.

Questions from the audience.

Optimizing patient management in RA

Can we live up to patient expectations?

Optimizing IBD Management - Seizing the Window of Opportunity – an interactive discussion

Satellite Symposium at ECCO Congress 2020

Optimising the utility of virtual clinics in rheumatology

Dr Raj Sengupta
Consultant Rheumatologist
Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath

Which biologic for which patient

Treatment Journey with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Satellite Symposium at EULAR Congress 2020

Expert discussion of congress highlights – ECCO 2021

Prof. Hubertus Nietsch and Prof. Flavio Caprioli discuss key research highlights presented at the ECCO congress 2021. Topics include recent advances in diagnostic approaches and identification of biomarkers.

Expert discussion of congress highlights – EULAR 2021

Prof. Hendrik Schulze-Koops and Prof. Marco Matucci Cerinic provide new insights on the impact of COVID-19 on providing care to patients with RMDs and the value of different quantitative imaging modalities in tailoring therapy.

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