Australians on disability benefits receive little support to help them resume former activities. Janine Monty shares how a new project aims to change that.
Would you like to help design a new project to support Australians with musculoskeletal conditions who currently receive a Disability Support Pension?
Consumer-centred care is the new buzzword in health. Find out what it means and how you can advocate for better health policies, products and services.
In March 2019, Arthritis Australia launched their much anticipated National Strategic Action Plan for Arthritis with the vision to provide freedom for all Australians from the burden of arthritis.
With the Federal election just days away, CreakyJoints Australia are supporting Arthritis Australia’s campaign to ask everyone to Speak Up for Arthritis and tell our politicians how they can best serve the needs of the four million Australians with arthritis.
Recently members of the CreakyJoints Australia (CJA) team had the privilege of attending the APLAR-ARA congress in Brisbane where we met with many industry professionals and attended several informative sessions.
This week I was lucky enough to attend the PharmAus18 breakfast at Parliament House in Canberra, presented by Medicines Australia. I was there representing the CreakyJoints Australia community through my role as the Canberra Patient Council representative.
In May, CreakyJoints Australia was delighted to once again attend the Australian Rheumatology Association Annual Scientific Meeting, this year held in Melbourne.
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.
As we all know, last Tuesday the Australian federal government announced the national Budget for 2017/18. On the health-front, it contained new announcements that will affect us all.
Trexject is a range of pre-filled Methotrexate syringes approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia, and provides an option for patients who do not want the inconvenience of filling their own syringes.