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Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol.11

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol.11

Listen to our eleventh Podcast with Thomas Hügle interviewing Rachel Knevel. She is a clinical rheumatologist with a strong interest in the identification of homogeneous subsets of patients with synovitis by analyzing big-data such as electronic medical...

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol.10

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol.10

Listen to our tenth podcast with Johannes Knitza interviewing Philip Riches about his recent publication: Evaluation of supported self-management in gout (GoutSMART): a randomised controlled feasibility trial - The Lancet Rheumatology He graduated from...

Watch all lectures of the 3rd Digital Rheumatology Day

Watch all lectures of the 3rd Digital Rheumatology Day

If you want to have a feeling about what to expect at the 4th Digital Rheumatology Day in Berlin on May 6-7, take a look at the recorded lectures of last year’s meeting. You will find all recordings within our memberarea. If you have`t already signed up,...

Pitching Event: New Digital Solutions

Pitching Event: New Digital Solutions

We are happy to announce again a pitching event which will take place during the 4th Digital Rheumatology Day on May 7, 2022. Applications can be submitted by providers and developers of digital solutions that (could) improve quality of care in rheumatology...

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