THE PCRMM CONFERENCE WILL NOT BE TAKING PLACE THIS YEAR. We will be publicising more news as we have it.
KEY TOPICS IN PRIMARY CARE RHEUMATOLOGY AND MSK MEDICINE
PCRMM CONFERENCE 2023
Friday 10th and Saturday 11th November 2023
Live in York and online
We are delighted to announce this year’s PCRMM conference which will take place on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th November.
This year, we will be holding it as a hybrid conference and are very excited about being able to hold a live event again, meeting some of you and getting really involved! The live, in person event will be held in York but there is the option of course, of attending online.
As ever, we have been working extremely hard to make sure we will deliver a valuable, engaging event. The timetable is shown below. This includes some really interesting and compelling talks and presentations, all of which will include Q&A sessions.
We have been discussing topics with speakers and they will be giving talks on subjects such as arthritis associated with haemochromatosis, the impact of musculoskeletal conditions on other illnesses, joint injections, chronic pain, inflammatory arthritis and delayed diagnosis of axial SpA: the crucial role of primary care, amongst others!
The success of our past conferences motivates us to try and improve each year and offer more of what will educate, stimulate and benefit you all. Our theme this year covers those aims and we have listened to feedback to offer what we are sure will be of interest.
The conference recordings will be freely available to those who registered to attend the live event, for 3 months after the conference has taken place.
We will make the recorded material from the conference available for 3 months after the live event for those who are unable to attend.
You will be able to book and pay to see the recordings at a later date!
Day 1 of the 2023 PCRMM conference will consist of a number of key presentations You will be able to ask questions at the end of each talk.
Timetable – Friday 10th November
- 9.00 – 9.15 – WELCOME
- 9.15 – 10.15 – Exercise and inflammatory arthritis
Dr Emma Healey
- 10.15 – 10.30 – BREAK
- 10.30 – 11.30 – Health inequality in rheumatology: Understanding your patient population
Dr Kanta Kumar, Associate Professor, University of Birmingham, and Hon Professor PGI, Chandigarh, India
- 11.30 – 12.30 – Long Covid
Dr Manoj Sivan
- 12.30 – 1.15 – LUNCH
- 1.15 – 2.15 – Gout
Dr Alastair Dickson
- 2.15 – 3.15 -Arthritis associated with Haemochromatosis
Prof Patrick Kiely
- 3.15 – 3.30 – BREAK
- 3.30 – 4.30 – The impact of musculoskeletal conditions on other illnesses exercise and inflammatory arthritis
Kelvin Jordan and Michelle Marshall