How does Campaigning help you?
- Campaigning raises the awareness and prioritisation of RA and helps ensure that RA receives a fair share of the budget
- It enables NRAS to speak in a much louder voice if it has active members who join in and take part locally in raising awareness to the issues
- It has secured the production of the inflammatory arthritis pathway which enables those that are providing care to be sure that by following the pathway they are delivering a quality service
- Our activity and very high profile in Parliament and the Department of Health (DoH) has helped secure a public account committee enquiry into the National Audit Office (NAO) report on RA services. This in turn was very much influenced by the work of a group of stakeholders who came together under the umbrella of ‘The Futures Project’. What is the Futures Project?
The more that we can adopt in a collaborative approach with other organisations that share common issues, the louder our voice. NRAS actively seeks to work in collaboration with all stakeholders that can improve the care and support provided for people with RA.
We frequently work with other organisations that share common issues such as: