Today is Gout Awareness Day and in partnership with Horizon Therapeutics we present ten “hard questions” commonly asked by our patients with gout about their condition and treatment options. Many of us can find it challenging to give clear and substantial answers to some of the questions asked by our patients with gout…
At the end of March, I attended the RheumNow Live 2022 conference. This event offered clinical context, comprehensive lectures from rheumatology experts, and audience input that would be greatly beneficial for all of our members. I encourage you all to read my overview and takeaways to improve your practice.
In the summer of 2010, I heard three words that would instantly change the trajectory of my life “YOU HAVE LUPUS.” My diagnosis came just over 2 months before my wedding day. My life was filled with complications, trepidation, and confusion, but my providers told me to hang in there.
As we celebrate Black History Month, the RNS recognizes the current impact of racial bias and discrimination in the healthcare industry today. We are committed […]
Presented by: Kenneth Saag, MD and Nancy Lane, MD. Perspective by:Teri Puhalsky, BSN, RN, CRNI Premenopausal Osteoporosis, Diagnostic Approaches and Management. Presented by: Kenneth Saag, MD […]
We are proud to announce that the Rheumatology Nurses Society (RNS) was a recipient of the fall 2021 Digital Health Awards®! The RNS received bronze […]
Perspective By: Teri Puhalsky Key takeaways from the ACR 2021 Convergence Conference from RNS Board Member Teri Puhalsky The quality and depth of topics at […]
Speakers: Maura Daly Iversen, PT, MPH, DSc, DPT Kamala Nola, MS, PharmD Perspective By: Carrie Beach, BSN, RN-BC Dr. Iversen’s portion of the discussion was […]
Presented by: Jonathan Hausmann, MD., Sara Kellahan, NP., Chris Scott, MBChB, Emily Sirotich, PhD, BSc, Helene Alexanderson, PhD., and Anamaria Jones, PhD. Perspective by: Teri […]
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) occurs predominantly in women and Black women have disproportionately poorer health outcomes across the trajectory of their disease compared to women of other race/ethnicities. Specifically, Black women with SLE report higher symptom burden with pervasive impacts on quality of life.