PIDA Accessible Packaging Design Special Award 2019
The inaugural winner of PIDA Accessible Packaging Design Special Award 2019 was announced on Tuesday and we are excited to reveal the SPC ProVital Fruit in Jelly Range as the GOLD winner!
The innovative product was specifically designed to improve the ability of hospital patients and aged care residents to easily open and enjoy the portion-controlled ProVital Fruit in Jelly product.
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A new approach to support specialist prescribing of bDMARDs
Arthritis Australia is part of an eight-member Consortium led by NPS MedicineWise, which is the successful recipient of the ‘Value in Prescribing biological disease-modifying anti-rheumatic...
$120,000 scholarship to combat ‘serious shortage’ of paediatric rheumatologists in Australia so kids with arthritis get the care they need
On offer is a two-year scholarship to support paediatricians and paediatric trainees interested in training in paediatric rheumatology. The scholarship will be equivalent to the...
Musculoskeletal conditions, including arthritis, now the most costly disease group in Australia
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