EULAR HPR Representation Committee
The EULAR HPR (Health Professionals in Rheumatology) Committee's main function is to promote multidisciplinary collaboration in the treatment of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases in Europe.
Members of this committee are:
- Professionals involved in the care of people with musculoskeletal diseases and related conditions.
- Not a registered medical practitioner
Professionals are eligibl e to become members of the organisation if their country has already become a EULAR HP member.
Chair: Mwidimi Ndosi, United Kingdom
Past Chair: Ricardo Ferreira, Portugal
Scientific Sub-Committee Chair: Kirsten Hoeper, Germany
Education Sub-Committee Chair: Andréa Marques, Portugal
Knowledge Transfer Sub-Committee Chair: Sarah Bennett, United Kingdom
Khadija El Auofy, Italy
Mike Backhouse, United Kingdom
David Beckwée, Belgium
Sarah Bennett, United Kingdom
Nina Brodin, Sweden
Thomas Davergne, France
Bente Appel Esbensen, Denmark
Fernando Estevez-Lopez, Spain
Kirsten Hoeper, Germany
Leticia Leon, Spain
Souzi Makri, Cyprus
Andréa Marques, Portugal
Jorit Meesters, Netherlands
George Metsios, United Kingdom
Erika Mosor, Austria
Wilfred Peter, Netherlands
Anne-Kathrin Rausch Osthoff, Switzerland
Valentin Ritschl, Austria
Tanja Thomsen, Denmark
The EULAR HPR Community
The EULAR HPR Committee organises a range of high-quality activities and programmes for its community.
Historical retrospectives from EULAR HPR: Two decades of engagement
HPR Study Groups
EULAR study groups are established networks in their respective fields and play an active part in the research and treatment of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases.
EULAR Task forces
EULAR Task Forces bring experts in rheumatology fields together to share expertise and facilitate best practice exchange and ongoing medical development. Discover the fields of EULAR Task Forces and join today.
EULAR Statutes, Reports, and By-Laws
The official statutes of the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology, EULAR
Established by the Board, Committees are set up to manage and perform the various activities of EULAR on behalf of the Council.