SNAC is a proud partner of the Scottish Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology Network (SPARN). One of NHS Scotland’s National Managed Clinical Networks, SPARN works to ensure that children throughout the country with rheumatic conditions have access to the highest standards of care.
Visit SPARN to learn more about the resources it offers children and families with JIA.
People throughout the world are working to ensure children with JIA enjoy the benefits of the latest research, the highest standards of treatment, and the best possible care and support.
PRINTO is the international research organisation running trials in JIA. Printo information for families.
PRES is the European scientific society for healthcare professionals in paediatric rheumatology.
ENCA is a pan-European network led for and by parents and young people affected by arthritis and autoinflammatory diseases.
ENCA is supported by the Paediatric Rheumatology European Society (PReS), and works closely with PReS to ensure that the voice of young people and families is integrated into paediatric rheumatology research across Europe.
ENCA’s role is help national patient and parent organisations to connect with each other, in order to learn and work collaboratively. ENCA also enables people and organisations to have a voice and to network by providing spaces for them to connect on social media, take part in awareness campaigns, and by participating in an annual conference. SNAC is a member of ENCA, and we have learned much from their experiences of supporting families with JIA.
BSR is the UK specialist medical society for rheumatology and musculoskeletal care professionals.
RCPCH is the professional body for paediatricians in the United Kingdom.