EULAR PARE Engagement Programme


23 February 2017 -  Conference and roundtable discussion in Lisbon, Portugal

Early Diagnosis / Early Referral: Health, Social and Economical Impact of Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases

Location: Portuguese Parliament

LPCDR - the Portuguese League Against Rheumatism and the Potuguese Rheumatological Society organise in collaboration with EULAR a political debate on the need of early diagnosis, referral and treatmemt in the Portuguese parliament. EULAR is represented with all three pillars. Follow the debate on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtags #pare2017 #PTRoundtable #Earlydiagnosis

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Backgound: Engagement Programme

EULAR PARE has been carrying out successful country visits to national EULAR member organisations for many years. These visits have varied in dimension and have allowed EULAR to engage directly with national organisations and to support them by providing a EULAR representative or speaker at their events. This has assisted national organisations not only to become stronger at national level but also to become more effective contributors to the work of EULAR at European level. A review of these visits has now allowed EULAR to develop the programme even further with the aim of making the visits more effective and visible. The programme has been renamed as the "EULAR PARE Engagement Programme".

Requests from national organisations need to be received at least 6 months in advance.
For further information please read the guidance document, contact the EULAR Secretariat (florian.klett@eular.org) or fill in the application form and send it back to us.

 

Related information

Engagement programme guidance

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Application form

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Application to be submitted at least 6 months in advance.

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