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.
8 Jun 2018
Sobi puts on a purple-themed funfair on #WearPurpleforJIA day to raise funds for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA).
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.
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 arthritis29 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.
19 Mar 2018
Family Fun at Fakenham Racecourse! This was the third year that NRAS have co-hosted a fun-day with the East of England paediatric rheumatology team for children with JIA and their families.
13 Nov 2017
UK charity for rheumatoid arthritis and juvenile idiopathic arthritis, NRAS, partners with Danish health company for launch of RheumaBuddy.
27 Oct 2017
The JIA & Me Art event in Warrington on 21 October was a great success. Entries across all age groups were outstanding – poignant, challenging and creative representations of how the children and young people feel about their experience of JIA.
26 Sep 2017
Despite the monsoon weather conditions, mud, bunk beds and plastic plates, this weekend was a true reflection of how children and young people with JIA and their families can come together and truly benefit from peer support. Both the children and parents left feeling less isolated, empowered and more informed.
16 Aug 2017
Anne Gilbert, Youth and Family Services Manager for JIA-at-NRAS, discusses how schools can address effectively the needs of pupils with JIA and support their families.