Medication Information

The Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA) and Arthritis Australia are pleased to provide the following patient information, for your easy access and downloading.

 

The development of the Medicine Information Sheets has been a collaborative effort between many members of the ARA in consultation with Arthritis Australia and Communicating for Health, Victoria.  Major credits must go to the past and present members of the ARA Therapeutics Committee for their efforts in delivering these most useful sheets to us. 

They have recently been extensively revised using feedback from patients focus groups and new information.

We would welcome any feedback on the sheets and where they could be improved for future updates.  Comments can be forwarded to the ARA Secretariat: ara@rheumatology.org.au

The medication information on our website and in the downloadable information sheets has been obtained from various sources and has been reviewed by the Australian Rheumatology Association. It is intended as an educational aid and does not cover all possible uses, actions, precautions, side effects, or interactions of the medicines mentioned. This information is not intended as medical advice for individual problems nor for making an individual assessment of the risks and benefits of taking a particular medicine. It can be reproduced in its entirety but cannot be altered without permission from the ARA.The NHMRC publication: How to present the evidence for consumers: preparation of consumer publications(2000) was used as a guide in developing these publications.