Webinars and remote learning have existed for more than ten years. However, the pandemic has suddenly catapulted us into the virtual dimension, now a rapidly evolving and challenging landscape – what to do, and how?
As cheesy as that quote may be, truth is, the success of this year’s lupus roadshow would not have been possible if not for all the great minds coming together and realizing the dream to hold a lecture series of this magnitude during a worldwide pandemic.
Pulling off the 5th series of the Lupus Roadshow webinar is a story of a lupus patient who went thru a steep ride to survival. Attended by 155 participants, we were indulged with practical lessons that are timely and applicable both to lupus and non-lupus patients.
Forging alliances, a theme substantiated by the second series of the Lupus Roadshow webinar held last 17 October 2020, 1-3 PM. It was another fruitful Saturday afternoon when a multidisciplinary case was presented
The University of Santo Tomas Hospital (USTH) and St. Luke’s Medical Center – Quezon City (SLMC-QC) Sections of Rheumatology, in partnership with Lupus Academy, Lupus Inspired Advocacy (LUISA) of Rheumatology Educational Trust Foundation, Inc. (RETFI), and Philippine Rheumatology Association (PRA)
The pandemic has brought so many changes in our lives, and it is during this trying times that again we experience a new window that opened when one door closed. When we conceived that a gettogether for patients seem