EULAR/PRES Textbook on Paediatric Rheumatology
This textbook is the result of joint efforts between EULAR and the Pediatric Rheumatology European Society (PReS). It is inspired by the EULAR Online Course on Paediatric Rheumatology. Written by leading European paediatric rheumatologists, the textbook offers an in-depth analysis of all aspects of this specialised area relating to rheumatic diseases in children and adolescents, as well as the impact of the diseases on the growing body. It also looks at the differential diagnosis of other paediatric disorders. This textbook is an essential reference for paediatricians, rheumatologists and all professionals involved in the care of children with rheumatic conditions.
The textbook became available first during the Amsterdam Congress in June 2018.
This year, EULAR offers a special discount for LMI country residents (as defined by the official Nominal GDP per Capita (USD) 2016 country ranking list). The discount price is automatically shown during the purchasing process.
Paediatric Musculoskeletal Matters (PMM)
An open and free resource - recommended for PReS members to use in their teaching of medical students, paediatricians, family doctors and allied health professionals. PMM content includes clinical skills (pGALS, pREMS, with videos), common clinical presentations, 'red flags' (when to be concerned and refer for specialist advice) and essential knowledge about management of rheumatic disease. PMM was developed by Professor Helen Foster and colleagues at Newcastle University, UK, with additional contributions from paediatric rheumatologists around the world to reflect variation in clinical practice. PMM-nursing (launch September 2017) targets all nurses and students working with children and young people and was developed with nurse educators and nurse specialists.
The pGALS app
An open and free resource - recommended for PReS members to use in teaching of medical students, paediatricians, family doctors and allied health professionals. Translations of pGALS into several languages have been provided by PReS members. The pGALS app was developed by Professor Helen Foster and colleagues at Newcastle University, UK.