Ask the Experts

Lupus: Ask the Experts is a series of live educational teleconferences and pre-recorded webcasts on a variety of topics designed to provide you with important information about living with lupus. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from some of the world’s leading lupus experts from the comfort and privacy of your home. Participate in several or just the one that most interests you.

Live teleconferences last one hour and are accessible via a toll-free number. Teleconferences will also be recorded and posted online. Pre-Registration is required.  Call-in/log-in information will be provided to all registrants one week before the event.

Archived teleconferences can be found here.

 

Upcoming teleconferences:

Lupus and Overlapping Disease

Wednesday, September 4th
Lupus: Ask the Experts
7 pm--register by August 28th here.

Although lupus most often occurs alone, many people with lupus also have characteristics of one or more of the other connective tissue diseases, such as scleroderma or rheumatoid arthritis. This is called overlap disease. Learn more about common connective tissue diseases that may "overlap" with a lupus diagnosis and how they are treated and managed.


Alternative & Complementary Therapies

Tuesday, November 12th
Lupus: Ask the Experts
7 pm--register by November 5th here.

What therapies are considered safe and unsafe for people living with lupus?  Learn about complementary therapies and lifestyle changes one can incorporate into their daily routine to enhance health and maximize lupus control.  Patients will gain a better idea of why rheumatologists make certain recommendations about supplements, herbs, medications, and more.

 

Registration is required.

 

The Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter is proud to be a source of information about lupus.  Our comments are based on professional advice, published experience and expert opinion, but do not represent individual therapeutic recommendation or prescription.  For specific information and advice, please consult your physician.