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BIRD Patient and Public Engagement Podcasts

BIRD Patient and Public Engagement Podcasts

By Mel Brooke
Working to bring you research news and updates on rheumatic conditions, information events and the activities of our patient and public engagement programme.

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Lupus Information Podcasts: An overview with Dr Ellie Korendowych
Join us for this first episode in our podcast series about Lupus.  Listen as Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with expert guest Dr Ellie Korendowych, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the symptoms that people with this condition can experience and the types of diagnostic techniques used. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Links mentioned in the show:  Lupus UK (charity) RUH/RNHRD Bath Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by hands-off sponsorships from Eli Lilly and Company Limited, UCB and Amgen - all of whom have provided grant funding but who have had no involvement in the development, content or editorial control of this podcast, nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials or general running of the patient and public engagement programme. We would also like to thank The Arnold Clark Community Fund, The Cumber Family Charitable Trust, Medlock Charitable Trust, The Ray Harris Charitable Trust. Thank you to all our sponsors for helping us to bring you information that supports you and helps to increase your knowledge of rheumatic diseases. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
33:01
July 14, 2022
Lupus Information Podcasts: Medications and treatments with Dr Sarah Skeoch
In the second episode of our podcast series about Lupus you can listen as Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with expert guest Dr Sarah Skeoch, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) to learn about the kinds of medications and treatments that are available to support people with this complex condition. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Links mentioned in the show: Lupus UK (charity) RUH/RNHRD Bath Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by hands-off sponsorships from Eli Lilly and Company Limited, UCB and Amgen - all of whom have provided grant funding but who have had no involvement in the development, content or editorial control of this podcast, nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials or general running of the patient and public engagement programme. We would also like to thank The Arnold Clark Community Fund, The Cumber Family Charitable Trust, Medlock Charitable Trust, The Ray Harris Charitable Trust. Thank you to all our sponsors for helping us to bring you information that supports you and helps to increase your knowledge of rheumatic diseases. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
33:47
July 14, 2022
Lupus Information Podcasts: The annual Lupus review clinic with Dr Jessica Ellis
In the third episode in our podcast series about Lupus, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with expert guest Dr Jess Ellis, Rheumatology Clinical Research Fellow at the RNHRD, Bath about the annual Lupus clinic and exciting news about a collaborative initiative with BIRD to set up a Patient Advisory Group (PAG) within the hospital. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Links mentioned in the show: Lupus UK (charity) RUH/RNHRD Bath Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by hands-off sponsorships from Eli Lilly and Company Limited, UCB and Amgen - all of whom have provided grant funding but who have had no involvement in the development, content or editorial control of this podcast, nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials or general running of the patient and public engagement programme. We would also like to thank The Arnold Clark Community Fund, The Cumber Family Charitable Trust, Medlock Charitable Trust, The Ray Harris Charitable Trust. Thank you to all our sponsors for helping us to bring you information that supports you and helps to increase your knowledge of rheumatic diseases. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
27:33
July 14, 2022
An introduction to Osteoarthritis with Dr William Tillett
In this first episode of our podcast series about Osteoarthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr William Tillett, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the various symptoms and diagnostic techniques for this condition. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is: Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
21:54
February 24, 2022
Osteoarthritis Medications, Treatments & Self-Management Tips with Dr William Tillett
In this second episode of our podcast series about Osteoarthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr William Tillett, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) about the kinds of medications and treatments used for Osteoarthritis. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is: Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
22:38
February 24, 2022
Osteoarthritis: Exercise, staying active and motivated with Jade Skeates
In this third episode of our podcast series about Osteoarthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Jade Skeates, Clinical Specialist and Team Lead for Rheumatology Physiotherapy at the RUH (Bath) who talks us through the importance of staying active and motivated to exercise or simply keep moving when you have Osteoarthritis. Some useful links include:  NHS Fitness Studio,  NHS Better Health   &  Moving Medicine If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is: Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
31:20
February 24, 2022
Self-Management & Wellbeing: Managing Fatigue with Sandi Derham
In this episode of our podcasts to help people who have rheumatic conditions with aspects of symptom self-management and wellbeing, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Sandi Derham who is a Rheumatology Occupational Therapist, Clinical Specialist at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases at the RUH, Bath.  Sandi talks about the symptoms and impacts of fatigue and shares some useful tips and advice to help you self-manage it. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme. This podcast is supported by Healthwatch Bath and North East Somerset and UCB -  both of who have no editorial control on the contents. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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January 05, 2022
Self-Management & Wellbeing: Sleep disturbance & tips - with Sandi Derham
In this episode of our podcasts to help people who have rheumatic conditions with aspects of self-management and wellbeing, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Sandi Derham who is a Rheumatology Occupational Therapist, Clinical Specialist at the RNHRD (Bath).  Sandi talks through the process of sleep, the importance of getting enough of it and the kinds of things that might disturb it. She then shares some tips and advice on how you might be able to help yourself get a better nights sleep. Sandi also mentions links for a sleep census and useful resources such as MIND, Sleep Council, BBC, NHS and using your local library. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme. This podcast is supported by Healthwatch Bath and North East Somerset and UCB -  both of who have no editorial control on the contents. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
34:50
October 26, 2021
Rheumatoid Arthritis - an overview with Dr Andrew Allard
In this first episode of our podcast series about Rheumatoid Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr Andrew Allard, Consultant Rheumatologist and RA Lead at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the various symptoms and diagnostic techniques for this condition. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.   Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme. This podcast is supported by Healthwatch Bath and North East Somerset, The Hospital Saturday Fund and UCB -  both of who have no editorial control on the contents. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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September 22, 2021
Rheumatoid Arthritis - medications and treatments with Dr Andrew Allard
In this second episode of our podcast series about Rheumatoid Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr Andrew Allard, Consultant Rheumatologist and RA Lead at the RNHRD (Bath) who runs us through the medications and treatments available for this condition. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme. This podcast is supported by Healthwatch Bath and North East Somerset, The Hospital Saturday Fund and UCB -  both of who have no editorial control on the contents. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
20:28
September 22, 2021
Rheumatoid Arthritis - NRAS update with Clare Jacklin
In this episode of our podcast series about Rheumatoid Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) invites Clare Jacklin, Chief Executive of NRAS (National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society) to share an update on their work and campaigns. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. For links mentioned in the podcast you can also visit: NRAS (National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society) and the JIA NRAS website  Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme. This podcast is supported by Healthwatch Bath and North East Somerset, The Hospital Saturday Fund and UCB -  both of who have no editorial control on the contents. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
53:19
September 22, 2021
Self-Management & Wellbeing for people with rheumatic conditions: Social Prescribing
In this first episode of our podcast series about Self-Management and Wellbeing, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Rachel Dawson, Social Prescribing Link Worker with the Minerva Primary Care Network. Rachel walks us through what Social Prescribing is, how to access it and ways it may be able to support you. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme. This podcast is supported by Healthwatch Bath and North East Somerset and UCB -  both of who have no editorial control on the contents. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
34:13
July 07, 2021
Psoriatic Arthritis: An overview with Dr Ellie Korendowych
In this first episode of our podcast series about Psoriatic Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr Ellie Korendowych, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the various symptoms and diagnostic techniques for this condition.  If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is:  Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents.   It is also supported by Amgen - for the avoidance of doubt, Amgen has provided grant funding but has not been involved in the content selection nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
38:06
May 28, 2021
Psoriatic Arthritis: Medications and Research with Dr William Tillett
In this second episode of our podcast series about Psoriatic Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr William Tillett, Consultant Rheumatologist at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (Bath) who explains about the medications that are available for this condition and gives us an update on research at the hospital. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is: Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents. It is also supported by Amgen - for the avoidance of doubt, Amgen has provided grant funding but has not been involved in the content selection nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
49:12
May 28, 2021
Psoriatic Arthritis: why it's important to stay active and how - with Jade Skeates
In the third episode of our podcast series about Psoriatic Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Jade Skeates, Clinical and Team Lead, Rheumatology Physiotherapy at the RNHRD (Bath) who talks about the importance of staying active, how to find your motivation and set goals. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is: Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents. It is also supported by Amgen - for the avoidance of doubt, Amgen has provided grant funding but has not been involved in the content selection nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
46:57
May 28, 2021
Psoriatic Arthritis: a patient's experience - with Liz
In this fourth episode of our podcast series about Psoriatic Arthritis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Liz, a patient living with PsA who describes her journey to diagnosis, the impacts it has had on her life and shares her tips for self-managing the condition. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  Did you know you can also access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is: Supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme and UCB who have no editorial control on the contents. It is also supported by Amgen - for the avoidance of doubt, Amgen has provided grant funding but has not been involved in the content selection nor the subsequent review and approval of these materials. Thank you to all our sponsors! To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk
34:46
May 28, 2021
Scleroderma Information Podcasts: Episode 1 An Overview with Dr John Pauling
In this first episode of our podcast series about Scleroderma & Raynaud's, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr John Pauling, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the various symptoms and diagnostic techniques for this condition. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  We'd love to know your honest opinion about our podcasts (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk This podcast is supported by UCB who have no editorial control on the contents - thank you UCB. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
47:53
March 18, 2021
Scleroderma Information Podcasts: Episode 2 Medications and Treatments with Dr John Pauling
In this second episode of our podcast series about Scleroderma & Raynaud's, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr John Pauling, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who runs us through the medications and treatments available for Scleroderma & Raynaud's. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform.  We'd love to know your honest opinion about our podcasts (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk This podcast is supported by UCB who have no editorial control on the contents - thank you UCB. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
17:26
March 18, 2021
Scleroderma Information Podcasts: Episode 3 Support Resources and Research with Dr John Pauling
In this third episode of our podcast series about Scleroderma & Raynaud's, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) continues to talk with Dr John Pauling, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) about support and resources and asks him what research is currently saying about Systemic Scleroderma. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. If you can please rate our podcasts on your listening platform. We'd love to know your honest opinion about our podcasts (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk This podcast is supported by UCB who have no editorial control on the contents - thank you UCB. To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
13:31
March 18, 2021
Axial Spondyloarthritis Information Podcasts (1 of 5): An overview and meds with Dr Raj Sengupta
In this first episode of our podcast series about Axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr Raj Sengupta, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the various symptoms, diagnostic techniques and medications for this condition. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
44:41
November 29, 2020
Axial Spondyloarthritis Information Podcasts (2 of 5): The Importance of Staying Active with Snr Physiotherapist Vicky Baldy
In the second episode of our podcast series about Axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) invites Vicky Baldy, Senior Physiotherapist at the RNHRD and Brownsword Therapies Centre (Bath) to talk about the importance of staying active and how exercise is a really useful self-management tool for people with axSpA. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 28, 2020
Axial Spondyloarthritis Information Podcasts (3 of 5): The online axSpA course and research news with Dr Elizabeth Reilly
In this third episode of our podcast series about Axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr Elizabeth Reilly who shares some news about research projects she has been working on in 2020 and how the new virtual axSpA online course has been going.  Dr Elizabeth Reilly is a Clinical Research Fellow in Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) and School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, University of Bath.    Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 28, 2020
Axial Spondyloarthritis Information Podcasts (4 of 5): Project Nightingale app with Rosie Barnett
In this fourth episode of our podcast series about Axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Bath University researcher Rosie Barnett who talks about her work on Project Nightingale - an app developed to help people with axSpA self track symptoms and better manage their condition. For links mentioned in the podcast Rosies contact is rosiebarnett1@nhs.net  or twitter @RosieBarnett95  and the website link is Project Nightingale Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 28, 2020
Axial Spondyloarthritis Information Podcasts (5 of 5): NASS Update with Dr Dale Webb
In the fifth and final episode of our podcast series about Axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA), Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) invites Dr Dale Webb, Chief Executive of NASS (National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society)  to share an update on the good works and campaigns of NASS during 2020 and what exciting plans they have for 2021. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. For links mentioned in the podcast you can also visit: NASS (National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society)  We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 28, 2020
Young Adults Rheumatology Information Podcasts: Episode 1 - Transitioning from paediatric to adult rheumatology care
This podcast series is aimed at providing useful information to young adults.  In the first episode, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with two rheumatology experts about the process of transitioning from paediatric to adult rheumatology care and how a special clinic for young adults set up at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath helps with that process.  Dr Valerie Rogers is a Consultant in Paediatric Rheumatology and Child and Adolescent Chronic Pain at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children,  and Dr Sarah Tansley is a Clinical Lecturer in Rheumatology at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath  Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 05, 2020
Young Adults Rheumatology Information Podcasts: Episode 2 - All about the Young Adults Clinic
This is the second podcast in our series aimed at providing useful information to young adults.  In this episode, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Jan Ball who is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Rheumatology at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath. Jan gives us an insight into this special transition clinic mentioned in the first podcast in this series and talks us through the kinds of things that happen during appointments. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 04, 2020
Young Adults Rheumatology Information Podcasts: Episode 3 - The importance of Pregnancy Planning
This podcast series is aimed at providing useful information to young adults with rheumatic conditions.  In this third episode of the series, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with two experts about the importance of pregnancy planning and what kinds of conversations to have with your medical teams.  Dr Ellie Korendowych is a Consultant in Rheumatology at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath and Claire Park is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynacologist at the Royal United Hospital, Bath Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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November 03, 2020
Vasculitis - an overview with Dr Sarah Skeoch
In this first episode of our podcast series about Vasculitis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr Sarah Skeoch, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the various symptoms that can fall under this wide ranging condition that creates inflammation of blood vessels. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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October 02, 2020
Vasculitis medications with Dr John Pauling
In this second episode of our podcast series about Vasculitis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Dr John Pauling, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) who explains about the range of medications that can be used for this condition which causes inflammation of the blood vessels. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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October 02, 2020
Vasculitis - the Giant Cell Arteritis clinic with Clinical Nurse Specialist Sarah Smith
In this third  episode of our podcast series about Vasculitis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks with Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sarah Smith from the RNHRD (Bath) who talks about the new Giant Cell Arteritis (GCA) clinic at the hospital, how she interacts and councils patients with their medications, symptom management and helps to support them with this particular variant of Vasculitis. GCA causes inflammation of those blood vessels which largely reside in the head and neck although other parts of the body can also be affected. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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October 01, 2020
Osteoporosis: overview and medications with Dr Sarah Hardcastle
In this episode of our podcast series about Osteoporosis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) asks Dr Sarah Hardcastle, Consultant Rheumatologist at the RNHRD (Bath) to tell us what is known about osteoporosis, how it is assessed and to talk about typical features such as hip, wrist and vertebral fractures, falls and other risks.  We also discuss what treatments exist and the lifestyle factors that can influence the condition. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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July 22, 2020
Osteoporosis: exercise and staying active with Sarah Legg
In this episode of our podcast series about Osteoporosis, Mel Brooke and Sarah Legg, Senior Physiotherapist Rheumatology at the  Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (Bath) talk about exercises such as strength training and balance, falls risks and what to avoid if you have had a vertebral fracture, and tips for staying active with Osteoporosis. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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July 22, 2020
Osteoporosis: referral pathways with Jackie Webb
In this episode of our podcast series about Osteoporosis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks to Jackie Webb who is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Osteoporosis at the RUH, Bath.  Jackie walks us through the various ways someone can be referred to an Osteoporosis clinic and what you can expect at a visit.  Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme To find out more about BIRD and the PPE Programme visit:      The Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases
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July 22, 2020
Osteoporosis: patient experience chat with Gill
In this episode of our podcast series relating to Osteoporosis, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) talks to Gill about her experience of having the condition, what led to her diagnosis and the kinds of treatments she has had prescribed.  Gill, who is also an ex-Nurse, has had an interesting journey that is not typical and just goes to show that OP can be quite invisible for some people.  Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. We need to know your honest opinion (and have promised our funders to learn from your feedback!) as we further develop our podcasts - please click here to complete our quick  e-survey Please note: All content for BIRD's PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. Please sign up to our mailing list if you would like to stay in touch and be notified about future podcasts via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme.
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July 22, 2020
Myositis Information Podcast with Dr Sarah Tansley
In BIRDs very first information event podcast Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director,  talks to Dr Sarah Tansley about Myositis including the different sub-types of Myositis, symptoms, diagnosis, medications and management of the condition.  Dr Tansley is an Academic Clinical Lecturer in Rheumatology with a special interest in Myositis research and part of the team of experts at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. As mentioned in the podcast, here are a few links to help you find more information: www.nhs.uk/conditions/myositis/ www.myositis.org.uk www.versusarthritis.org/about-arthritis/conditions/myositis/ We'd love to have your feedback as we further develop our podcasts - please complete this quick  e-survey via Myositis Feedback Please note: All content for BIRDs PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk. If you would like more information or  have any questions you can get in touch via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme.
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March 26, 2020
Myositis Part 2: Keeping active with Jade Skeates
Following on from our first podcast about the rheumatic condition Myositis, Jade Skeates, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Rheumatology at the RNHRD, Bath talks to Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Director (BIRD) about ways of keeping active with Myositis. Did you know you can access all our information podcasts direct from BIRDs website?  Simply visit www.birdbath.org.uk/podcasts and scroll down the page to find the one you are looking for. More useful information about Myositis may be found here: www.nhs.uk/conditions/myositis/ www.myositis.org.uk www.versusarthritis.org/about-arthritis/conditions/myositis/ Please note: All content for BIRDs PPE podcasts are created for information purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or health provider with any questions you may have about your medical condition. Reliance on any information provided by BIRD or any of the expert podcast guests is solely at your own risk.  If you would like more information or  have any questions you can get in touch via admin@birdbath.org.uk The Patient and Public Engagement Programme is supported by a hands-off sponsorship from Eli Lilly and Company Limited who have no involvement in the development or running of the programme.
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