Addressing musculoskeletal conditions: an opportunity for health systems globally (

31 January 2024 12-1 | 28 February 2024  12-1
The WHO are hosting two webinars, and a high level meeting on MSK health, in the coming months. In part these events are designed to launch new data recently published in the Lancet Rheumatology. However, they are also a hugely important opportunity to make the case for MSK health securing additional priority on the part of WHO going forward.  

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