About the National Resource Center on Lupus
The National Resource Center on Lupus is a one-stop resource for all things lupus, from treatment to living and relationships.
The Resource Center aims to empower, educate and connect through trustworthy, reliable and high-quality resources that provide emotional support and clear, accurate health information.
The Resource Center provides information and support for anyone affected by lupus, including people diagnosed with lupus, children and teens, caregivers, health care professionals and the public. The Resource Center can be accessed at lupus.org/resources.
Information you can trust
All the health education content offered on the National Resource Center on Lupus is created and vetted in consultation with lupus experts. Research updates, informational articles and Q&A's feature the latest thinking on lupus, backed by peer-reviewed science and interviews with medical professionals. New content is added regularly and is developed in response to the needs of the lupus community.
They also offer hope, sharing the ways people survive and find meaning in the face of this cruel and debilitating illness.
Our strong medical review process
Since 1977, the Lupus Foundation of America has provided reliable health information to millions of people whose lives have been affected by lupus. We take pride in the quality of information that we offer our constituents and we work hard to maintain your trust through our strong medical review process.
In order to ensure that our content is accurate and up to date, we rely on the guidance of our Medical Scientific Advisory Council. These select and highly distinguished lupus experts, many of whom are practicing physicians that treat people with lupus, advise us on and regularly review our content. Look for the “medically reviewed” label on the top right-hand side of our articles.
We take great pride in our content development process and only promote information from the most trusted sources of clinically accurate information. These include the National Institute of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the latest and most important studies on lupus in peer-reviewed journals. Our research updates, blog posts, multimedia content and educational programs feature the latest thinking on lupus, backed by peer-reviewed research and interviews with lupus experts.
We would like to thank our partners and supporters for their generous contributions toward the development and launch of this online community.