Hosted by Kerry Costello from Dalhousie University, these series of podcasts are supported by OARSI (Osteoarthritis Research Society International). This particular edition features OPUS Chair, Prof. Peter Choong, who explains how OPUS is working to improve osteoarthritis management.
Hosted on 2GB radio at weekends between 9AM to 1PM, George and Paul spoke to Prof. Peter Choong about unnecessary procedures costing many Australians more than money.
Dr Shane presents Einstein A Go-Go, a podcast series that dissects science issues for the public on Triple R. In the 4th February 2018 edition, Dr Shane speaks to Profs. Peter Choong and Jane Gunn about chronic healthcare management and osteoarthritis advanced care and clinical research in Australia.
Featured Public Lectures
Presenting to a packed theatre at Curtin University in Perth, WA on the 15th April 2019, Professor Stefan Lohmander (Lund University) discussed what we know about osteoarthritis and what we should be doing for osteoarthritis sufferers.
Presented by OPUS, Curtin University and Pain-Ed, an organisation dedicated to educating both patients and health practitioners about pain.
Osteoarthritis: Use it or Lose it
Arthritis expert and Rheumatologist, Professor David Hunter of Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, Australia discusses the impact of obesity on osteoarthritis and the need for people to proactively manage the condition.
Osteoarthritis: 10,000 steps
Everyone should take 10,000 steps a day for their joint health and muscle strength. Our bodies are made to move, not sit on a couch. Professor Stefan Lohmander from Sweden explains why opting for a quick joint replacement, without trying an exercise or training program, is not ideal.