Webinars

Upcoming webinars:

For further information on each webinar please click or tap on the ‘+’:

March 2017 - 'Transition to adult services for families living with juvenile arthritis'

April 2017 - 'The importance of health literacy'

May 2017 - 'Fibromyalgia'
June 2017 - 'Managing osteoporosis and arthritis'
July 2017 - 'Arthritis aids'
August 2017 - 'Anti-inflammatory foods for arthritis'

System requirements (for participants)

> Windows XP, 2000, Vista, MacOS X, Linux and Unix
> Internet Explorer 6.0 or above, Firefox 1.0 or above, Safari 1.0 or above
> Macromedia Flash 9.0 or above
> 56kbps Internet connection minimum (broadband internet connection recommended)
> Speakers

Please note the following:

> A link with login details will be emailed to all participants the day before the scheduled webinar and again 4 hours prior.
> A recording of the webinar will be available for viewing for the next 30 days after the scheduled session. If you attend the live event, you will also have the opportunity to participate in the question and answer session.

Not yet a member?

Did you know, membership entitles you to discounted entry to our range of health promotion events, equipping you with the tools to better manage your condition? You will also have access to a wealth of information and resources, including a subscription to Arthritis Matters magazine, monthly e-Newsletters and discounts in our online shop.

Visit our Memberships page to find out more.

Webinars

Webinars are a fantastic way to hear about ways to improve your health.

We know it’s difficult to attend all the events that you want so we use the latest technology to reach you wherever you are.

Webinars deliver important information about healthy lifestyles, diet, exercise and the careful management of arthritis, osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal conditions.

What’s great is that you can ask questions of the expert live.

A recording of the webinar will be available for viewing for the next 30 days after the scheduled session.

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