30 in 30 challenge resources

he 30 in 30 challenge is the perfect way to improve your health all while supporting a great cause. Run, walk or jog the distance of a 30k, in 30 days (or any multiple of 30!), during the month of June or do 30 min of exercise every day for 30 days. Help raise much needed funds for those living with arthritis in Ireland. Read more

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Arthritis Research Coalition Biobank

The biobank is recruiting patients with common rheumatic diseases to obtain biosamples that will underpin clinical research Read more

Be Active with Arthritis online

The six-week, adapted exercise programme, Be Active with Arthritis, is now available online. Courses are free, but places are limited. Read more

Become a Friend

Become a Friend of Arthritis Ireland and show your support for people living with arthritis Read more


A biosimilar medicine is a highly similar, but not identical, copy of an originator biologic medicine. A biosimilar contains a version of an active substance of a biologic medicine, which is referred to as the ‘reference medicine’ or ‘originator medicine’. Read more


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Christmas Appeal resources

Arthritis Ireland Christmas Appeal Read more

Complementary therapies

These types of therapies are designed to complement and work alongside conventional medicine and treatments – not replace them. They concentrate on treating the whole person. Read more

Coping with emotions

When you have arthritis, you will also experience a range of different emotions. Here's some information about the types of emotions you might experience living with arthritis, how to deal with difficult emotions while living with arthritis, and the supports that are available for those experiencing difficult emotions. Read more

Corporate Partnerships

Learn how to support Arthritis Ireland through a corporate partnership. Read more

Covid-19 (coronavirus)

Important information about Covid-19 (coronavirus) for people living with arthritis Read more

Don't Give Up

Some 1,200 children and young people are living with juvenile arthritis in Ireland. Don't Give Up is the positive message from Mary O'Donovan and Niamh Rockett. Read more