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systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), disease activity and related organ damage

Resources for Rheumatologists & Other HCPs

Insights, tips on disease management, highlights from the medical literature, and patient tools. It's all here for you and your team.

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) in Depth: From Practical to Clinical Considerations

Learning modules 1 & 2 provide an overview of SLE, the impact of the disease, and treatment considerations for improving patient outcomes.

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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE): Focus on Organ Damage

A flipchart featuring an overview of SLE and the damage it may cause to organ systems.

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How Does SLE Affect Your Patients' Lives?

Flashcard highlighting data from the key literature.

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Patient Care Insights

Anca Askanase, M.D., discusses concerns for patients with SLE.

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SLE and Its Impact on Patients: Exploring Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

This slide deck discusses the path to diagnosis of SLE, pathogenesis of the disease, impact on patients, and how to best support patients.

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SLE: Disease Activity, Organ Damage, and Quality of Life

Michelle Petri, M.D., in a 5-minute video excerpt.

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Reducing SLE Disease Activity Through Patient Monitoring

Mary Anne Dooley, M.D., in a 7-minute video excerpt.

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3-part 2014 Webcast Series on SLE Part 1

Part 1: Michelle Petri, M.D., on "SLE: Disease Activity, Organ Damage, and Quality of Life." 26 minutes

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3-part 2014 Webcast Series on SLE Part 2

Part 2: Mary Anne Dooley, M.D., on "Reducing SLE Disease Activity Through Patient Monitoring." 20 minutes

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3-part 2014 Webcast Series on SLE Part 3

Part 3: Jill Buyon, M.D., on "Discussing the Impact of SLE Disease Activity on the Different Organ Systems: A Physician 360." 30 minutes

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Note: Drs. Askanase, Buyon, Dooley, Furie, Lambert and Petri received compensation for their participation in these programs.

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