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.


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Tickets are now available for the 2024 PCRMM Annual Conference:
Moans, Groans and Bones
We Can Work It Out
A Primary Care Rheumatology Update
28th June 2024, Delta Marriott Hotel, Liverpool

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Event partners @pcrsociety has been working hard to deliver a valuable and engaging event. The programme includes some fascinating and compelling talks and presentations all with Q&A sessions and a 45 minute ultrasound workshop. Book your place here: https://pcrmm.org.uk/2024-pcrmm-conference/

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Want to find out more about Heath inequalities and gain tools to make a difference? The MSK 2024 conference will support everybody to ACT NOW. Sue Brown will talk to the inequalities report and the sessions and workshops will give take home advice

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