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News from EULAR
  1. Yuliia Caliskan
  1. Communications, European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR), Kilchberg, Zurich, Switzerland
  1. Correspondence to Dr Yuliia Caliskan, Communications, European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR), Kilchberg, Zurich, Switzerland; yuliia.caliskan{at}

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The latest recommendations from European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR)

Find more EULAR recommendations at EULAR%7CRecommendations and initiatives.

EULAR has launched a new page on its website: ‘News from Societies’

This new section aims to share the latest guidelines and news from scientific societies about important topics related to rheumatology, such as new guidelines from British Society for Rheumatology for treating rheumatic conditions during conception, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

EULAR 2023 Congress in Milan, Italy

Registration for EULAR 2023 Congress and Abstract submission is now open!

Important note: the abstract submission deadline is 15 January 2023.

"The EULAR 2023 Congress will take place in one of the most beautiful and vibrant cities in Europe – Milan! We look forward to returning to a city that acknowledges our organisation and supports its three pillars and communities, aiming to reduce the impact of RMDs on those afflicted and improve their social position and quality of life. We look forward to sharing our new strategy for 2024–2028, recent developments in Rheumatology, scientific sessions, abstracts, and more. I am looking forward to meeting you all on-site, in Milan, on 31 May – 3 June 2023. " - Annamaria Iagnocco, EULAR President

More details are available at EULAR 2023—Annual European Congress of Rheumatology.

EULAR’s campaign for World Arthritis Day (WAD) 2022

WAD is a global awareness day, celebrated on 12 October, aimed at increasing knowledge of the existence and impact of RMDs among all audiences.

EULAR’s WAD 2022 campaign focused on understanding medical professionals’ and patients’ issues in rheumatological care and addressing them nationally and internationally. Besides other activities, EULAR also created a video showing medical professionals and a patient representative from Denmark talk about how their collaboration is based on the principle of togetherness, ensuring all three pillars (rheumatologists, healthcare professionals and patients) work together to provide the best possible therapy option - Rheumatology Workforce—The Danish Example, YouTube.

EULAR Research Centre supports research that addresses the needs of people with RMDs

The next application deadline for the EULAR Research Vouchers Programme is 31 December 2022. The programme aims to help investigators cover ad hoc expenses or services supporting their ongoing rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases (RMD) research projects.

New EULAR improving research methods, capabilities and processes grant calls for applications until 15 December 2022

This grant is intended to support the development of new tools that increase the quality, efficiency and/or safety of RMD research. Research areas may include clinical, community, health outcomes, and/or health services research and implementation science.

More information is available on EULAR%7CEULAR Research Funding.

EULAR School of Rheumatology offers free registration for Ukrainian nationals for EULAR online courses

To alleviate the hardships experienced by the people of Ukraine and support its scientific community, EULAR is providing free access to all EULAR online courses.

All courses are available at EULAR School of Rheumatology.

Financial and professional support for the Ukrainian workforce in rheumatology

Together with EMEUNET, Emerging EULAR Network, EULAR has developed a support programme for young Ukrainian rheumatologists, enabling them to take up their profession, maintain and further develop their skills, and provide care to a range of patients, including particularly displaced Ukrainian patients with RMD.

Learn more at EMEUNET%7CEMEUNET Support Programme for Ukraine.

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  • Contributors Yuliia Caliskan was responsible for creating and editing content. Julia Rautenstrauch was responsible for editing and the overall content as guarantor.

  • Funding The authors have not declared a specific grant for this research from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.

  • Competing interests None declared.

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