New Paget's Centres of Excellence

New Paget's Centres of Excellence

For the Association’s 50th Anniversary, we announced four new Centres of Excellence.

Four new Centres of Excellence

As the only UK charity dedicated to Paget’s disease, the Association is keen to improve patient access to appropriate specialist care. The Paget’s Association Centre of Excellence award scheme recognises hospital and university departments which demonstrate expertise in both the clinical management of Paget’s disease and research into the condition.

For the Paget’s Association’s 50th Anniversary, we were delighted to announce that four centres were successful in their application for Centre of Excellence status. These are in London, Leicester, Cambridge and Stoke on Trent. 

At an international conference in April, organised by the European Calcified Tissue Society and the Bone Research Society, our Chair Professor Stuart Ralston presented plaques to Dr Gavin Clunie from Cambridge and Professor Duncan Bassett from London. Soon afterwards, at the Association’s 50th Anniversary Gala Evening, Patron of the Paget’s Association Sir Henry Paget expressed the importance of ensuring that people affected by Paget’s disease can access high‑quality care and presented plaques to Dr Faiz Rahman from Leicester and Dr Zoe Paskins from Stoke on Trent.

These four awards add to our growing list of UK Centres of Excellence.

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