5. Surveys and Reports
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5. Surveys and Reports | 6 Sep 2016
A report on the health and perceived social care needs of people living with rheumatoid arthritis in Scotland
5. Surveys and Reports | 9 Apr 2014
Report from a Stakeholder Event. Revised June 2016
5. Surveys and Reports | 2 Sep 2014
5. Surveys and Reports | 1 Mar 2010
Our research conducted in March 2010 of the cost of RA on the economy.
5. Surveys and Reports | 4 May 2017
A bottom-up comparative approach to quantify the burden of disease for persons living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) across the following European countries: Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden and UK
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 | 6 Dec 2016
Lack of NHS resources in Wales ‘causing delays to inflammatory arthritis diagnosis and treatment’
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 | 1 May 2012
UK-wide survey sheds new light on the impact on the families of people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis
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.