Webinars

Managing foot pain

Tuesday 8 May 2018 from 12.00pm to 1.00pm

Living with painful arthritis in your feet? Can’t find comfortable shoes?Register for this webinar and learn more about managing foot pain and how to find the right footwear and shoe inserts. You will have a chance to ask questions.

The webinar will be led by Robyn Tuohy, Arthritis Educator, and Dr Keith Rome, Professor of Podiatry at AUT University.

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The webinar will also be posted to our website afterwards.

Gout management- an update

May 17 7:30 PM

A webinar presented by Dave Cox Primary Care Liaison Co-ordinator for Arthritis New Zealand. This 1 hour webinar will cover

* An overview of gout in New Zealand

* Diagnostic criteria

* Treatment of acute attacks

* Treatment to prevent further gout attacks

* New BSR guidelines

* Arthritis New Zealand and the support we can provide.

Dave is an experienced registered nurse and Arthritis Educator and this programme has been developed as a result of talking with his clients about gout and what would help them better manage it.

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This webinar is 1 CPD point.

 

Previous Webinars

16th November 2017 Managing Long Term Pain

Long term pain does not have to rule your life. Learning about how pain works can help you understand why you hurt and how to manage it. Learn more about the body’s pain response, plus self-management tools such as exercise, joint protection, and appropriate medication.

The webinar is presented in 3 parts, none of which are “stand alone” pieces of information and each should be viewed to receive most benefit.

This Arthritis New Zealand initiative has been supported by Pfizer New Zealand, who has provided financial assistance. Arthritis New Zealand retains full editorial control and the content and opinions do not necessarily represent the views of Pfizer New Zealand.

Podcasts

Mahe Drysdale - victory over arthritis

by Mahe Drysdale | Olympic champion rower Mahe Drysdale on Radio Live, discussing arthritis.

 

 

Managing hip and knee OA

by Kim Bennell | Learn more about the management of hip and knee osteoarthritis with Professor Kim Bennell from the University of Melbourne.