Achieving equity in gout management

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Professor Lisa Stamp, Dr Noni Richards
25 February 2022
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In this recorded webinar, Professor Lisa Stamp explores the management of gout as a long-term condition and challenges old beliefs. Dr Noni Richards introduces the EPiC Gout dashboard and outlines how it can be used to highlight and address inequities.

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Professor Stamp is a rheumatologist and Associate Dean (Research) at the University of Otago, Christchurch. Her research interests include the pathophysiology of rheumatoid arthritis and management of gout. Lisa will discuss management of gout as a longterm condition, paying attention to inequities and challenging old beliefs.

Dr Richards is a registered pharmacist and senior data consultant with experience in equity programmes and expertise with big data sets. Noni will talk about the EPiC Gout dashboard coming soon from He Ako Hiringa, and how it can be used to highlight inequities that can be addressed in the management of gout.

This video is a recording of the live webinar hosted by He Ako Hiringa on 22 February 2022 and is intended for health professionals.

The video has been edited for clarity.


  • 00:00 - 01:46 Introduction
  • 01:46 - 46:07 Professor Lisa Stamp: Gout management as a longterm condition, inequities, and challenging old beliefs
  • 46:07 - 53:53 Dr Noni Richards: The EPiC Gout dashboard
  • 53:53 - 1:28:41 Q&A and closing

Resources mentioned in this webinar

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