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Spring 2019 (Volume 29, Number 1)

Online Learning Resources Make Self-management Easier for Arthritis Patients

From the Arthritis Society

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As the Arthritis Society celebrates 70 years of helping Canadians live better with arthritis, let’s reflect on our past – and look toward the future.

Self-management is a critical component of any arthritis treatment plan, but many patients don’t know where to start.

Drawing on input from clinicians, educators and patients themselves, the Arthritis Society has dramatically overhauled and expanded our online learning resources to help Canadians living with arthritis learn to take control of their disease.

These free modules allow your patients to learn at their own pace, starting with the subjects that are most important to them, such as:

  • Navigating Your Healthcare
  • Managing Chronic Pain
  • Overcoming Fatigue
  • Eating Well

And, being added this Spring:

  • Daily Living
  • Staying Active
  • Mental Health and Well-being
  • Joint Matters at Work

Help your patients become more engaged and empowered self-managers. Direct them to these free resources today, at arthritis.ca/education.

The access code to enter this site can be found on page 4 of the most recent issue of The Journal of the Canadian Rheumatology Association (CRAJ) or at the top of the most recent CRAJ email blast you received. You can also obtain the access code by sending an email to CRAJwebmaster@sta.ca.

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