Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Disease Forum?

The forum is an educational website for the latest developments in immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, which are characterised by chronic inflammation and organ damage. This forum is developed under the auspices of the University of Glasgow, is free from commercial bias, and will empower clinicians by providing medical education.

Q. What topics are covered?

This forum will cover a broad range of topics from across the spectrum of immune-mediated inflammatory diseases including rheumatic diseases such as rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, axial spondyloarthritis, and other areas of interest to also come soon later in the year.

Q. What content can I find?

You’ll be able to find all the usual forum content, just across a wider range of areas.

Q. If I am subscribed to CSF, will I need a new subscription for this forum?

If you are a member of the CSF forum, your membership will have transferred over to the new forum. As for the CSF social media accounts, they have been renamed to Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Disease Forum. You won’t need to subscribe to this forum if you are already following CSF.

Q. Who can subscribe to this forum?

Our content is aimed at healthcare professionals treating immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, but anyone can make an account. If you’re a clinician, researcher, a patient, a student, or just curious, you can create an account and access all the materials.

Q. How much do I have to pay for a subscription?

Nothing, it’s free!