South West Rheumatology Study Day
  • Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University

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This will be an exciting day with a focus on the lower limb and rheumatology. 

Spend a day with experts in the field including talks from Dr Philip White, James Carter, James Davis, Shaun Gilbard and a keynote from Dr Jacqui Clinch discussing Differential diagnosis of inflammatory arthritis and chronic pain.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about arthritis, the associated musculoskeletal pathologies and the current physical and pharmacological therapies used to manage the conditions. 

The day will offer you clarity on making good referrals, interventions available and introduce cutting-edge research. 

Registration is £65 standard rate.

Registration opens at 09:00.

This event has kindly been supported by Abbvie, Internis, Sole Precision, C & P Medical and the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society.

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Biography: Dr Jacqui Clinch

Jacqui is a consultant in paediatric rheumatology at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children (appointed 2000), and an honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Bath and University of Bristol. She is also Clinical Director for the National Adolescent and Young Adult Chronic Pain Service, Bath Centre for Pain Services. Her work within this arena has won a number of national and international awards. 

Academically Jacqui is widely published. As a member of international and government boards (addressing aspects of childhood pain childhood, osteoporosis and hypermobility) she has co-written national reports and guidelines in these areas. Specialist areas of research interest include child and adolescent chronic pain conditions (disease and non-disease related), hypermobility, paediatric osteoporosis and parenting in chronic childhood disease.

Sport, children, chickens and sloe gin sustain her outside work.

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