Join the next NRAS ‘RA Matters Online’ webinar - bringing expert speakers live to your home!
On Monday 5th November at 7:00pm we will be hosting our next webinar.
We are privileged to be joined on this session by Professor Peter Taylor, Norman Collisson Professor of Musculoskeletal Sciences, at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology in Oxford, and he will be presenting: 'An update on the latest medicines for rheumatoid arthritis'.
This webinar will be streaming LIVE, so you will also have the opportunity to type in questions at the end of the presentation and have them answered by Prof. Taylor in real time. This is an exclusive opportunity to hear from, and interact with, experts in their field in the comfort of your own home.
It is really simple to join a webinar – just click here to register and all the details will be sent to you about how to join us on the day! All you need is a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone, with access to the internet and Google Chrome (internet browser) or you can download the app (a link would be sent to you on registering for a webinar).
Prof. Taylor is an expert in the field of rheumatology and has over 20 years' experience in clinical trial design and international leadership in studies of biologic and small molecular therapies in RA. So if you want the latest information on treatments for RA, then this webinar is for you – please do join us, it’s completely free.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. We hope to welcome you to our webinar soon!
What is a webinar? A webinar is a live web-based video conference that uses the internet to connect the individual hosting the webinar (NRAS) to a wider, larger audience–the viewers and listeners of the webinar from all over the world. Hosts can show themselves speaking, switch to their computer screens for slideshows or demonstrations, and even invite guests from other locations to co-present the webinar. The NRAS RA Matters online webinars will feature presentations by experts followed by the opportunity to ask questions in real time that the presenter will respond to live.