February 2016 #RheumChat Recap: Arthritis in the Military

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On Thursday, February 18, 2016 we hosted the February #RheumChat which focused on arthritis in the military. The Arthritis Foundation (@ArthritisFdn) was the co-host.

Here are a few of the questions that were covered. See the full recap below.

Q1: What effects does arthritis have on daily life?

Q2: How do the effects of arthritis impact US Military service members and veterans?

Q3: Why does arthritis have an unusually high prevalence in the military?

Q4: What can members of the military or other individuals with arthritis who have physical jobs do to minimize the pain?

Q5: What can the @DeptofDefense do to help our military members with arthritis?

Q6: What can we do to support and help military members who have arthritis?


Join us for monthly #RheumChats

We will continue to host a #RheumChat on the third Thursday of every month with a different topic and co-host. Be sure to check the #RheumChat page and our social media channels for future topics, co-hosts, and questions!

If you have topic ideas for future Twitter chats, or you are interested in co-hosting a chat, please contact Bonny Senkbeil at bsenkbeil@rheumatology.org.


#RheumChat Recap: Arthritis in the Military

2016-06-10T16:23:23+00:00 February 18, 2016|News|