Research 01. How NRAS supports research From conducting our own research about the impact of RA on people’s lives to assisting third-party researchers, academics and professionals – we support research in a number of ways. Read more 02. Current research Find out about the research projects we are currently supporting. Read more 03. Get involved in research NRAS is committed to improving a broad range of outcomes for the RA community. In achieving these aims we work on a number of separate but entwined strategies covering issues such as policy reform, the develop of self-management resources, providing support and help to people experiencing health, social and psychological issues related to their RA. Take part 04. Research outcomes It is important that the full loop occurs when it comes to research, its not just taking part it is also finding out the results. Within this section you will find research outcomes. Read more 05. For researchers NRAS is open to supporting a wide variety of institutions and commercial organisations with their research via various means of recruitment, focus groups, promotion of research and production of surveys. Read more What's Happening News, 13 May Update on COVID-19 Vaccine All patients with RA are encouraged to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This includes people taking Disease Modifying Anti Rhematic Drugs such as methotrexate, sulfasalazine, leflunomide and hydroxychloroquine and/or advanced therapies such as biologics, biosimilars and JAK inhibitors. The only potential exception is for those on rituximab for which it is recommended to have a consultation […] News, 21 Sep Covid Choices survey results 1 in 3 people delay medical care in COVID-19 pandemic. Lack of information drives on-going fear of attending appointments. Patients need clear, consistent information about COVID-19 safety measures before going to hospital and GP appointments, according to a public survey led by the Patient Information Forum (PIF). 21/09/2020 More than 800 people responded to the […] Get all the latest news and events straight to your inbox with our regular email. Don't worry, we won't send you spam! Sign up Search for resources Try searching our resource hub to find the articles, videos, tools and publications most helpful for you. I am… Employer Health Professional Someone with RASelect topic… About NRAS COVID-19 Diagnosis and Monitoring Diet and Exercise Family Planning Healthcare professionals Other Conditions RA Stories Research Self Care Symptoms and Causes Treatment Work and BenefitsSelect resource type… Article Publication Video Clear All Article NRAS 20th Anniversary Raffle Our prizes and how you can play There are so many amazing prizes up for grabs in our 20th Anniversary Raffle this autumn, with a top cash prize of £2,000! Tickets cost just £1 and when you enter you will be helping support those living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) across the UK. UK residents […] Video Facebook Live: ‘Top Tech Hacks’ with Expert Georgie Barrat Facebook Live: ‘Top Tech Hacks’ with Expert Georgie Barrat 16/09/2021 ‘Top Tech Hacks’ with Georgie Barrat, from Channel Five’s The Gadget Show, learn about how technology can aid you in your daily life. This Facebook session was recorded live for RA Awareness Week 2021. Article NRAS 20th Anniversary Raffle – T&Cs Terms and Conditions 1. Introduction 1.1. The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) (“the Raffle”) will be operated as a Society Lottery under the Gambling Act 2005 as amended (“the Act”) and is licensed by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. 1.2. The Raffle is promoted by the Promoter and conducted for the benefit of The National […] Video Facebook Live: ‘Sexual Relationships’ with Expert Lohani Noor Facebook Live: ‘Sexual Relationships’ with Expert Lohani Noor 15/09/2021 ‘Sexual Relationships’ with Lohani Noor, who currently offers her expert advice on BBC Three’s Sex on the Couch. This Facebook session was recorded live for RA Awareness Week 2021. Video Facebook Live: ‘Immunocompromised Patients’ Response to COVID Vaccines – The OCTAVE study explained Facebook Live: ‘Immunocompromised Patients’ Response to COVID Vaccines – The OCTAVE study explained 29/09/2021 Clare Jacklin, NRAS CEO in conversation with Professor Stefan Siebert of Glasgow University. The topic of discussion is to gain a better understanding of what the findings from the OCTAVE study tell us for those living with inflammatory arthritis. Load more ↓ Help support others Because of your generous donations NRAS will continue to be there for everyone affected by RA. MonthlySinglePay in Funds £3£8£15Other £18.74£41.44£165.75Other £50£100£500Other Donate now!