The Occupational Therapy for Musculoskeletal Conditions & Arthritis Priority Setting Partnership appreciates your contribution to the success of this project by completing the link to the online survey.
On Saturday, November 12, Natasha Trehan, founder of Take a Pain Check Foundation and CAPA presenting a virtual patient perspectives poster at the American College of Rheumatology on . Read our poster to learn more about our work and organizations.
University Health Network is looking for diverse women with OA to participate in Dr. Anna Gagliardi’s Arthritis Study. Learn how.
Join us to mark the World Arthritis Day in our first-ever Twitter Spaces event about navigating the workplace with arthritis on October 12 at 9 pm EDT!
Are you taking a biologic or targeted synthetic medication for rheumatoid arthritis? Ever considered reducing your medication? Share your thoughts in this University of Calgary survey.
Together with Take a Pain Check Foundation, we are pleased to launch a survey to better understand the needs of youth and young adults with rheumatic disease. Please take a few minutes to complete our short survey (only 5-10 minutes) so we can develop educational resources and advocacy plans to meet your needs.
UBC researchers invite people with arthritis and caregivers to participate in virtual conversation series to map out how to support older people with arthritis and early stage frailty to live a healthy 24-hour day.
Listen to CAPA's President Linda Wilhelm sharing abour her experience living with Rheumatoid Arthritis and her words of wisdom how to cope with chronic pain.
This month we have been getting ready to celebrate the World Arthritis Day; formed the first CAPA's patient partners in research cohort, conducted successful Coffee for CAPA fundraising campaign and many more!
Join CAPA to celebrate the Arthritis Awareness Month as we have launched our first ever fundraiser: Coffee for CAPA in partnership with Sparkplug coffee. Place an order for your favourite CAPA blend today! Help us to further advocate for the needs of people living with arthritis and their families.
This summer we have been engaged in preparation of a patient input submission for Benlysta for lupus nephritis, development of the recommendation and patient decision aid on mediaction tapering and many more.
June has been a busy month for CAPA engaged in development of a Methotrexate resource to help kids with arthritis and a pain tip sheet for people living with rheumatic disease. CAPA announced a Call for patient partners in research and launched a research training program for new patient partners.
This month CAPA attended and live-tweeted fom the Candian Pain Society’s annual scientific meeting, shared experience with a COVID-19 trial in a Facebook live hosted by Clinical Trials Ontario and has been preparing to present a Baring it all Report at the EULAR Congress. Read more in this issue.
This month, CAPA has presented the Youth led Instagram Live event about self-advocacy for youth with rheumatic diseases. provided feedback to the Minister of Health changes to the patented drugs pricing regulations and Health Canada's consultation on biosimilars.
This month CAPA has been busy with various activities including preparation to celebrate the Juvenile Arthritis Month engaging the youth with rheumatic disease experience a range of unique issues, like transitioning to adult health care, self-advocacy, and more.
This month CAPA attended the CRA virtual Annual Meeting, participated and presented at the Canadian Arthritis Research Conference, met with and interviewed leaders in rheumatology! Read more in this issue.
When you live with arthritis,
information is your most important tool.
The Canadian Arthritis Patient Alliance (CAPA) works with various groups in the arthiritis community to ensure the voice of people living with arthritis is heard and to bring you up-to-date information on issues that affect the arthritis community. We work with healthcare professionals, health organizations, clinicians, industry, health charities, researchers, and various levels of government.
We keep Canadian people living with arthritis and their support groups understand more about their disease and have a voice in managing it.