Provide Arthritis Information services: (a) Arthritis information line (1.800.321.1433); (b) Arthritis website (www.arthritis.ca); (c) Newsletter, pamphlets and brochures. Provide Education programs: (a) Arthritis Self Management Programs; (b) Seminars and forums for the public; (c) Chronic Pain Management; (d) Displays & presentations; (e) Joint Health in the Workplace; (f) Childhood arthritis programs. Fund Research and career development: (a) investing in people through career development awards to fund rheumatology education; (b) investing in ideas to keep arthritis research moving forward to find safe and effective solutions for people with arthritis; (c) offering continuing medical education sessions for health care professionals. Advocate on behalf of people with arthritis to improve care.
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*% of emphasis is reported by the charity and does not necessarily reflect money spent.