LRC news


LRC members believe it is important to enjoy work and have fun. It is equally important to help our patients regain good quality of life and enjoyment. Here we report on some aspects of what LRC and our patients have … Continue reading

COVID-19


We will continue to review this content as the COVID-19 situation evolves across the UK and guidance changes over time. It is important to check this page for updates. To date (i.e. January 2021), arthritis is not a predisposing disease … Continue reading

Keeping you up-to-date


LRC members keep up to date in a variety of ways, such as reading journals and attending meetings. Here we summarise some of the more important aspects of our work, and some facts we have come across that may also be … Continue reading

Future meetings


LRC members keep up to date with current management developments so we can provide our patients with efficient and effective treatments. You are welcome to attend future LRC clinical meetings – please get in touch for further details. London Rheumatology … Continue reading

Charitable Activities


The London Rheumatology Clinic supports the following charities: Alzheimer’s Society www.alzheimers.org.uk Autistica (annual) www.autistica.org.uk Charlie Sumption Memorial Fund www.csmf.co.uk Child Action Nepal www.childactionnepal.org.uk Crisis (annual) www.crisis.org.uk Doctors of the World www.doctorsoftheworld.org.uk English National Opera www.eno.org Garsington Opera www.garsingtonopera.org Level Water … Continue reading

Global education


In collaboration with the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal College of Physicians, Professor Axford has set up a global education initiative. This aims to provide medical education to those working in countries where this is not readily and … Continue reading