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A Series of Webinars Based on Pain

Pfizer has provided financial support for Arthritis New Zealand to run a series of webinars on pain. Please follow our Facebook page for more information about when these will be, or to find links to the recordings, visit our YouTube channel.

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This weekend is Teens Camp, and some lucky attendees bumped into someone very special! Our former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern! #TeensCamp #JacindaArdern

đź©şDr. Jacqui Clark, a Specialist Pain Physiotherapist, is here to share some knowledge.

Come and join the webinar to find out more and get answers to the questions you might have.

Register -
Thursday 26th January, 7-8 pm


Happy New Year to all of our Twitter followers!

The researcher leading this study is still recruiting participants and also invites people from outside the Auckland region who are aged 20+ years to contact her if interested in being involved.

Arthritis NZ offices close midday Friday 23rd Dec and will re-open on Jan 16th 2023. Please note that emails, social media & Facebook groups will not be checked with our usual frequency.

Warm Christmas greetings to our wonderful arthritis community.

The AUT researchers working on this study are still looking for another 30 participants from Auckland for this study investigating foot joint inflammation in people who have rheumatoid arthritis.

Please contact Dr Sarah Stewart if you are interested:

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