PCRMM Annual Conference 2021
Rheumatology and Beyond in Primary Care

Rheumatology and Beyond in Primary Care


What a fantastic conference it was! Thank you to everyone who attended and helped us make it such a success. The speakers were so interesting and engaging and imparted a great deal of knowledge which I know will be very useful. The two days whizzed by.

You can see the conference programme here

The conference presentations are now available to watch so you can see them if you missed them or watch them again as often as you like! They are listed below; these are available to members and those who attended our conference. If you don’t have access, get in touch by emailing contact@pcrmm.org.uk or why not join to see all this year’s presentations as well as those from previous years, all of our webinars, Resources and so on.


Feedback from the last conference

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Dear GPs on Twitter,

Please complete this survey from @BMA_GP @doctor_katie .

A very comprehensive one about needs of #TeamGP to help your representatives prioritise their work for you.

Any GP can complete.

Refreshing our mailing-list for the @OMERACT PMR Working Group:

If you’re interested in helping to advance the design and quality of future clinical studies in polymyalgia rheumatica, please get in touch.

Patients/public, clinicians, methodologists, industry all welcome.

🛑 Let’s stop saying #PMR and #GCA are “diseases of the elderly” 🛑

Excludes a large number who mightn’t see themselves as “elderly”. 🙍🏻🙍🏽‍♂️

here’s the published version of the study from the blog: When PMR strikes young, it hits hard. 📝…

I have family in Israel, belong to a group of UK doctors helping to develop primary care in Palestine and have friends & colleagues on both sides.

Why doctors need to rise above identity politics and share narratives of friendship and collegiality.

(Please read the article…

The last big multistudy of my #PhD is live!
Exploring dissociation, inflammation & brain function in #FND seeking 600 people with FND, healthy controls and those with other #longterm conditions
Study 1 link: http://bit.ly/3uC9Tfa

#fnd #research #psychology #invisibleilness

I don't want a lot for christmas.. I just want to finish my data collection!
Still 400 people with #FND, 400 healthy controls and 500 people with other #chronicillness e.g. #Fibromyalgia Phase 1 is a 20 min online survey. More info and take part at: https://bit.ly/3uC9Tfa

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