Rheumatoid arthritis patients Claire and Cheryl discuss how rheumatoid arthritis affected Claire’s career choice and her daily work life.
1) (Minute 0:07) – Hand Shaking Stress on the Job with RA
2) (Minute 2:14) – Choosing an RA-friendly career
3) (Minute 3:16) – Deciding whether or not to disclose one’s RA while job seeking
4) (Minute 5:06) – Having the awkward “accommodations talk”
This is part 4 of a 6 part interview series. Parts 1-3 are available on Youtube as well as Instagram TV.
Part 1 is about pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and parenting with arthritis: https://youtu.be/3iGnTduYW1Y
Part 2 is about Claire’s diagnosis story and is available here: https://youtu.be/lTxUeIAC5os
Part 3 is about how Rheumatoid Arthritis affects Mental Health and is available here: https://youtu.be/Nlu0O4Vrxrw
Part 5 is about how RA affects family, friendships and fatigue and is available here: https://youtu.be/aOcgjxt-lhU
Part 6 is about medications, advocacy and patient provider relationships:
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