Rheumatology Nurse Practice: What Adult Providers Should Know About Pediatric Rheumatic Diseases

In this issue of Rheumatology Nurse Practice, we’ll review some of the most recent data concerning pediatric rheumatic diseases and their management, as well as offer a variety of helpful tools to help providers ensure that young patients are able to successfully transfer to adult care.
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Challenging Cases in Rheumatology: 17 Year Old Female with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)

Discuss the key drivers in the development of juvenile rheumatic diseases and assess the impact of PsA on patients’ overall quality of life through first-person anecdotes
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Giving Parents Time to Think | Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

As a pediatric rheumatology nurse, my visits typically involve more than just the patient. Including mom and/or dad in the discussion often requires a variety […]
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My Most Memorable Patient | Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

As rheumatology nurses, we are lucky to be able to touch so many lives in a memorable way. Consequently, when a patient appears in our […]
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