Mental Health and Rheumatic Diseases with Professor Emma Dures - Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases

Mental Health and Rheumatic Diseases with Professor Emma Dures

Mental Health and Rheumatic Diseases with Professor Emma Dures

In this podcast in our wellbeing series aimed at helping people who have rheumatic…. (read more)
with aspects of symptom self-management and wellbeing, Mel Brooke, Patient and Public Engagement Programme Director (BIRD) invites Professor Emma Dures to talk about the impact of rheumatic disease on people’s mental health.

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