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3. Benefits | 1 May 2015
A guide to make it easier for you to understand how to find out more about benefits that may be relevant for you and your family.
1. Diagnosed with RA | 1 Apr 2015
This booklet will help you to understand what DAS is and includes a wallet card to help you keep track of your appointments with your doctor or nurse.
6. JIA | 24 Sep 2014
In the Spring 2014 we published a comprehensive report on the service provision of JIA in the UK.
5. Surveys and Reports | 2 Sep 2014
5. Surveys and Reports | 16 Jun 2014
Chronic fatigue affects 89% of people with rheumatoid arthritis, an invisible symptom with a severe impact
5. Surveys and Reports | 24 Apr 2014
An NRAS survey which aims to bring together several aspects of employment and RA
5. Surveys and Reports | 9 Apr 2014
Report from a Stakeholder Event. Revised June 2016
5. Surveys and Reports | 1 Jan 2014
This survey aims, for the first time, to provide a national picture of the impact of RA on employment, from the patients’ perspective. It considers the barriers they perceive to staying in work, and their assessment of what would help to remove those barr
5. Surveys and Reports | 24 Jun 2013
The very first Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week in the UK started off with the launch of our report titled Breaking Down Barriers: Public Awareness of Rheumatoid Arthritis. This report was informed by a survey of over 2,000 members of the public, carri
5. Surveys and Reports | 1 Apr 2013
For some time, NRAS had been aware that there was very little information available for people about the impact of RA on emotions and intimate relationships.