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Applied Rheumatology Made Simple (A.R.M.S.) Educational Program in Cavite, 28 July 2018
The Applied Rheumatology Made Simple (ARMS) is an educational program intended to increase awareness among primary care physicians in recognizing and managing various rheumatic diseases.Read More
UST Rheumatology Lupus Clinics, 23 June 2018
Another Lupus Clinics was successfully completed with the help of both graduating and new medical clerks , a postgrad intern, Rheumatology fellows and consultants, and support staff.Read More
UST Rheuma Meeting @porkaturownrisk resto, Tomas Morato - 12 June 2018Read More
UST Rheumatology in Lipa Batangas, 08 June 2018
Team (6 generations) UST Rheumatology. Mary Mediatrix Medical Center, Lipa, BatangasRead More
UST Rheumatology joins I.M. MoRE: The USTFMS and USTH Department of Medicine Movement for Rehabilitation of the Environment
With the aim of promoting environmental awareness and socio-civic action, the USTH Department of Medicine Section of Rheumatology together with the UST Faculty of Medicine & Surgery actively participated in the clean-up drive at Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA) on Sunday, 03 June 2018.Read More
Lupus Roadshow (La Union, Philippines 19 May 2018)Lupus Roadshow Report_rev(2) photo galleryRead More
APPLIED RHEUMATOLOGY MADE SIMPLE (A.R.M.S.) 18th of May 2018 LORMA MEDICAL CENTER, San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines
The Rheumatology Educational Trust Foundation, Inc. (RETFI) in partnership with Philippine Rheumatology Association (PRA) successfully held another Applied Rheumatology Made Simple (A.R.M.S) workshop last May 18, 2018 at the Lorma Medical Center, San Fernando City, La Union.Read More
LUISA World Lupus Day - FAQs in Lupus 13 May 2018
The activity aimed to address questions that commonly lingered in patients’ minds regarding various aspects of their condition. Participants were made to choose 2 out of 3 sessions beforehand, and an ice-breaker introduced each session for added fun.Read More