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Upcoming Webinars

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.

Upcoming Facebook Sessions

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Upcoming Zoom Cafe's
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Survey: Arthritis New Zealand – How Can We Help?

Digital Services Survey

Arthritis New Zealand has worked to provide community support at a demanding time for all of us. We have increased our online information and education in addition to maintaining the telephone support service. We would appreciate your feedback and suggestions on how we can continue to develop and improve these services.

This short survey has 15 questions and will only take a few minutes to complete. Your feedback will be very useful for our planning.

Click here to do the survey

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For this year's appeal, we need you to get your whānau and friends to 𝐒𝐢𝐠𝐧 𝐔𝐩 to take part in an everyday task that isn't so simple for people with arthritis. Challenge to be revealed on World Arthritis Day, 12 Oct! https://buff.ly/3dzf0F0
#arthritischallenge

Is your knee stiff and sore? Would you like to participate in a study of physiotherapy treatment for people with knee OA? Participants from Invercargill are needed for the Opti-OK clinical trial.

Please contact the team on:
Tel: 0800687489
Email: kneeOA@otago.ac.nz

Is your knee stiff and sore? Would you like to participate in a study of physiotherapy treatment for people with knee OA? Study participants from Dunedin are needed.

To register for the Opti-OK clinical trial, please contact the team on:
Tel: 0800687489
Email: kneeOA@otago.ac.nz

We have an updated logo with a new te reo Māori translation!

Welcome to Arthritis New Zealand - Mateponapona Aotearoa 🙂

Just in time for
#TeWikioteReoMāori
#MāoriLanguageWeek https://fb.watch/fujKOH9Hvz/ via @FacebookWatch

Do you have knee osteoarthritis, are 45 years or older and have had ongoing knee pain for 3 months or longer? – Auckland participants are required for a new clinical trial.

Please contact David Toomey (PhD candidate at AUT University) for more details: david.toomey@aut.ac.nz

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