Arthritis At Home (+ On the Go) makes it possible for people living with arthritis to watch or listen to interviews with Canadian experts in clinical rheumatology, arthritis scientists, physio and occupational therapists, psychologists and health economists, as well as patient experts and advocates. We hope you find Arthritis At Home informative and fun as you live your best life with arthritis.
Save The Arthritis Program (TAP) at Southlake Regional Health Centre
In this episode of Arthritis At Home, Kelly Lendvoy speaks to Dr. Carter Thorne, Chief, Division of Rheumatology and Director, The Arthritis Program (TAP) and Carrie Barnes, TAP’s patient ambassador, to learn more about the nationally acclaimed arthritis clinic and Southlake’s decision to close it, effective January 15, 2021.
Survey: What is your education experience like during the pandemic?
On this episode of Arthritis At Home, Anita Chan, Programs Manager at Arthritis Consumer Experts (ACE), talks to Maya Joshi about the ACE Education Survey. Maya explains the purpose of the survey and why it is important for us to better understand the...
Post-secondary school and arthritis with Kelsey Chomistek: Tips from a student!
In this episode, Kelsey Chomistek discusses strategies for self-advocacy, disease management and personal wellness while attending post-secondary school with inflammatory arthritis. Kelsey also highlights some helpful resources for youth and young...
Life and parenting with ankylosing spondylitis
On this episode of Arthritis At Home, Kelly Lendvoy has a conversation with Chris Pudlak, a young father of three and a person living with ankylosing spondylitis (AS). Chris shares his diagnosis journey and how he and his family have been managing work,...
Social and racial justice: what it means to the arthritis community
On this episode of Arthritis At Home, Cheryl Koehn has a conversation with Nevena Rebic, a graduate trainee at Arthritis Research Canada and a PhD student at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Cheryl and Nevena...
Isolation and loneliness in the age of COVID-19 with Dr. Susan Bartlett
Dr. Susan Bartlett, Professor of Medicine at McGill University and Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine, on isolation and loneliness in the age of #COVID19. She comments on how we can stay connected with and reconnect with loved ones,...