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Discourse on work and wellbeing in the EU
Posts Tagged ‘arthritis’
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
Commenting on the NHS Mandate and the latest findings of Arthritis Research UK, Dr Laura Boothman, Policy Manager, says:
“Our new analyses of national survey data indicate that, despite the Mandate commitment, just 12% of people with a musculoskeletal condition currently have a care plan. There is an opportunity for many more people to benefit.” Read more on The Work Foundation blog.
Tags: arthritis, Arthritis Research UK, Laura Boothman, msds, musculoskeletal disorders, NHS mandate, self-management
Posted in Early Intervention, Europe, Musculoskeletal Disorders, Policy | Comments Off on Care planning and musculoskeletal conditions in the UK
Friday, December 3rd, 2010
I had the privilege yesterday to participate in the European Parliament Interest Group on Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases session in Brussels.
I found the meeting very dynamic and positive and I noticed that our efforts both in EULAR, the EUMUSC.NET and in Fit for Work Europe are well recognised both by the MEPs and the representatives for Commissioner John Dalli.
Tags: arthritis, european parliament, fit for work
Posted in EULAR, Health Policy, Labour policy | Comments Off on Fit for Work at the European Parliament