Living With RA

Living With RA

By Living With Ltd

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Download the Living With RA app when you have enrolled on your clinic’s Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis platform.

Living With RA app connects people to their RA consultants in order to observe condition activity, flare-ups and help awareness of private trends and triggers.

Designed with rheumatology consultants working within the NHS.

Living With RA is by invitation solely.


Living With RA goals that can assist you higher understand the state of your RA with situation monitoring through flare-up reporting, end result questionnaires and educational articles from the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS).

It is suitable for anybody who's seeing a specialist rheumatologist for problems linked to rheumatoid arthritis.

Living With RA is easy to make use of, informative, sends reminders to complete questionnaires and has helpful visible information of your situation activity to assist consciousness of non-public tendencies and triggers.

Features include:

-Flare-up reporting

-Patient report consequence measures (PROMs) questionnaires such as HAQ-DI and RAPID3

-Receive reminders for PROMs beneficial by your RA consultant

-Educational articles from the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS)

The Living With RA app and the Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis platform adjust to the NHS Information Governance requirements.


To discover out if you are in a position to entry the Living With RA app, ask your clinician if they've the Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis platform.

Or let your clinic know you’re thinking about signing up here:

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