In May, CreakyJoints Australia’s national coordinator, Naomi Creek, attended a 2018/19 Health Budget briefing in Canberra with Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt.
Trexject® (a range of pre-filled methotrexate syringes) will be listed under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) from 1 April 2018 for those with severe rheumatoid arthritis or psoriasis.
Learning about rheumatoid arthritis doesn’t have to be difficult. Whether you have just been diagnosed, have a friend or family member navigating the disease, or are an up-and-coming medical professional, this guide by Dr. Irwin Lim provides readers with…
Having had arthritis all this time, I don’t remember life without it. I don’t remember what it’s like not to have to take tablets, limp, and be in pain or discomfort every day or to regularly go to the doctors, have tests, and be in hospital. It’s all just a part of my life and I’ve accepted it.
I have had Rheumatoid Arthritis for over 13 years. Despite how this has changed my life, I am a positive and happy person. The reason I wanted to write this post was to share my thoughts and hopefully help others who suffer from a chronic illness.
Community Health Centres are providers of a vast range of primary care and allied health services. They are not-for-profit organisations funded through a mix of council, state and federal government health programs.
Australians are fortunate to have access to a wide range of government health resources. Sometimes, though, it can be hard to know what these are or how to access them. We’ve prepared a list of the more common pensions, benefits and services available for those with chronic health issues such as arthritis.
Support groups are great places to meet others with similar health conditions or life challenges. They provide the opportunity to ask the questions you don’t really get to talk to your doctor about – especially the questions about how to live with your condition day in, day out.
Biosimilars are now available in Australia. We support the adoption of biosimilars and believe they hold great promise in lowering costs for patients and improving access to treatment options. However, we want to ensure they are implemented safely and effectively.
There’s a very good chance that your rheumatologist recently returned from Auckland, New Zealand, where he or she attended the joint New Zealand Rheumatology Association (NZRA) and Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA) annual conference.
If you keep track of what’s going on in the world of medical research (as many people living with arthritis...
The ArthritisPower Research Advisory Board (RAB) is a representative stakeholder group that provides advice about research implementation and sustainability of...