About Rheumatology Education
Rheumatology Education has been developed by The Rheumatology Education Group (TREG) and The Fishawack Group of Companies. It is a video-based resource for the global rheumatology community including leading experts, community rheumatologists, nurse practitioners and any other health care professionals who have an interest in, or treat patients with rheumatic diseases.
Our mission statement – ‘Rheumatology Education promotes the highest standard of education to an international rheumatology community with the aim of improving current standards of care.’
The editorial board comprises four members of TREG. All content for the website is reviewed by the editorial board ahead of publication, ensuring that the materials provided on the website meet a high level of clinical and medical relevance. The current editorial board members are:
Martin Bergman, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Arthur Kavanaugh, Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Diego, CA, USA
Orrin Troum, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Keck School of Medicine/University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Alvin F Wells, Director, Rheumatology and Immunotherapy Center, Franklin, WI, USA
About the Fishawack Group
The Fishawack Group of Companies is one of the largest independent medical communications specialists, with offices in the UK (near Manchester and Oxford, and in Brighton), the US (Conshohocken, PA, and San Francisco, CA), and Switzerland (Basel).
For over 15 years, we have been partnering with global and regional pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device clients to develop and deliver services in the fields of medical communications, scientific engagement, market access, clinical and regulatory writing, and drug safety and pharmacovigilance support.
We have built our reputation on excellence, creativity and transparency.
The mission statement of the Fishawack Group of Companies is ‘We exist to improve outcomes for patients through the communication and application of healthcare knowledge’