SA Rheumatology Journal

Rheumatology consists of medical disorders that affect the musculoskeletal system, particularly the joints and surrounding soft tissues. The SA Rheumatology Journal (SARJ) is the official mouthpiece of the South African Rheumatism and Arthritis Association (SARAA). It is a scientific, peer-reviewed quarterly journal with a circulation of 2500. Articles are original, unpublished works with the authors receiving no financial benefits from their work being published. Subject matter relates to the broad field of rheumatology, rehabilitation medicine, immunology, infectious diseases and orthopaedic subjects pertaining to the rheumatic diseases.

The current Editor-in-Chief is Dr. Ingram Anderson and Prof. Helmut Reuter holds the Deputy Editor position on the board. This journal exists to serve and educate all South African specialists working in Rheumatology and related fields. The SARJ is highly recommended as an excellent source of knowledge for keeping abreast of the various medications, treatments and advances being made in Rheumatology today.

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Position: Editor

Name: Rene Bosman

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Position: Key Accounts Manager

Name: Trevor Kalil

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Position: Key Accounts Manager

Name: Ilonka Moolman

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Position: Publishing Manager

Name: Johann Gerber

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Fast Facts

  • A quarterly journal (4 Issues per annum)
  • A strong editorial board (with a member representing each Province)
  • Local content only (immediately published original articles)
  • A circulation of 2 500 (Rheumatologists, Physicians, Endocrinologists, Osteoporosis specialists and Registrars)
  • Placed in delegates bags at relevant congresses (eg , SARAA etc)
  • A learning tool for Registrars (Continuous Medical Education)
  • Continuously updated Congress Data (to assist clients, Doctors and organisers)