Arthritis Essentials is a nationally accredited unit of competency, designed to provide healthcare professionals working with or supporting people with arthritis and related musculoskeletal conditions, with an easily accessible means of professional development.
Osteoarthritis Nurse Clinics
This educational resource has been developed for primary health care nurses to help them to include osteoarthritis in their chronic disease management clinics alongside their GP colleagues.
The resource provides tips on how to set up nurse led clinics as well as information on helping people with osteoarthritis to manage their condition. It was developed with the input of primary care nurses by the Grampians Medicare Local, and with support from an expert advisory group, the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association and Arthritis Australia.
Local educational events
For information on upcoming educational events for healthcare professionals in your area contact your local Arthritis Office.
Advocacy & policy
Arthritis Australia advocates to government, business, industry and community leaders to improve care, management, support and quality of life for people with arthritis.
10 steps for living well with arthritis
Here is our 10 steps checklist to help you live with arthritis.
What is accessible design?
Find out about what accessible design is and about the Accessible Design Division.
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