Vasculitis for Professionals

Vasculitis videos, podcasts, webinars and slides

Vascular rheumatology: a journey from East Acton to East Asia

Prof Paul MasonProf Justin Mason's inaugural lecture at Imperial College London at the end of September 2014.

Prof Justin Mason's lecture.

Slide presentations at the Vasculitis Awareness Ireland Conference - October 2013

by Dr Lisa Willcocks, Consultant in Nephrology and Vasculitis, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge:

Autoimmune Disease Association - Webinar

"Vasculitis in Autoimmunity: A Common Thread"

Immunisations and the Immunocompromised Patient

UNC Kidney Centre Director Dr Ron Falk is joined by Dr. David Weber, Professor of Medicine and Paediatrics, School of Medicine and Professor of Epidemiology, Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC. In this recording Drs Falk and Weber discuss immunisations and the recommendations for patients whose immune systems are compromised. Dr Falk poses questions for Dr Weber that are frequently asked by patients, and discussions include general recommendations as well as specific recommendations for the flu shot, DPT, pneumonia, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis A and HPV vaccine.

Slides presenting complete review on ANCA vasculitis and Anti GBM disease

- Dr Peter Bryan Schrier

Video (slides presentation + audio)

by Dr Leonard Calabrese reviewing novel therapies to treat vasculitis, specifically rituximab for ANCA-associated vasculitis

Video (slides presentation + audio)

by Dr Reginald Obi, Rituximab versus Cyclophosphamide for ANCA+ vasculitis: A review of RAVE and RITUXIVAS Trials

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Vasculitis Renal and Respiratory Training Day - Hammersmith Hospital

30 Jul 2019

RUDY Study

29 Oct 2015

A study in rare diseases of the bones, joints and blood vessels.

Cortisone (Steroid) Information Website

13 Jan 2014

A new indepth website publishing information about steroids for patients

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