News

  • NHS Long Term Plan

    9 Jan 2019

    On 7th January 2019, the NHS Long Term Plan was released, which sets out objectives and strategies for the NHS in England over the next decade.

  • Juvenile idiopathic arthritis at school: who understands?

    25 Oct 2018

    Thanks to The Lancet for featuring JIA-at-NRAS in their prestigious general medical journal. Helen, who is Mother to Tasmin who has Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) and our Youth and Family Services Manager, Anne contributed to this article that featured in the Lancet.

  • Kielder Waterside | September 2018

    25 Oct 2018

    On 8th September 8 JIA families headed to Kielder Waterside for a fun-filled weekend away.

  • WearPurpleforJIA 2018

    4 Oct 2018

    We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported #WearPurpleforJIA this year!

  • Bushcraft Day 2018 - Living on the wild side!

    28 Aug 2018

    Braced for a day in a swamp the torrential rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of our explorers, they were ready for the challenge of a day learning new skills, making new friends and exploring the ancient woodlands of Cornbury Park.

  • Celebrating our Fundraisers

    26 Jul 2018

    On 20th June 2018, NRAS held an event in Parliament to celebrate some of our fantastic fundraisers who have raised money for JIA at NRAS.

  • Sobi support #WearPurpleforJIA

    8 Jun 2018

    Sobi puts on a purple-themed funfair on #WearPurpleforJIA day to raise funds for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA).

  • Don't get left out, we need you to opt in - GDPR

    27 Apr 2018

    The European Union has taken a monumental step in protecting the fundamental right to privacy for every EU resident with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will be effective from May 25, 2018.

  • Cheltenham Family Fun Day 2018

    26 Apr 2018

    Our first family fun day at Cheltenham racecourse to host an entertaining and educational day for children and young people with JIA and their families.

  • New study of over 5,000 young people will create biomarker tests to personalise treatment for childhood arthritis

    29 Mar 2018

    Medical Research Council-funded scientists are beginning a five-year study of childhood arthritis and its linked eye inflammation called uveitis, with the aim of better understanding how to treat the complex condition, which affects one in 1,000 under-16 year olds in the UK.