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    Your best buddy to help you with Rheumatoid Arthritis GET STARTED

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What is My Arthritis?

This website has been created for people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis (or other forms of inflammatory arthritis) to assist with the day to day management of their condition. It includes sections for medication management, disease tracking, specialist appointments and also general health tracking (weight/blood pressure etc). It also generates a report that can be shared with their treating health care team to monitor their progress.

It was funded by Arthritis QLD as part of the Arthritis Queensland Registrar Bursary in 2014 by Dr. Ashleigh Hennessey and Dr. Jennifer Ng.

It incorporates the use of RAPID3 which is a patient reported outcome measure that has been validated in Rheumatoid Arthritis and is used with permission.

RAPID 3 Chart

RAPID 3 Score

  • My Arthritis Dashboard
  • Journal Record
  • Keep track of your medication
  • Track your weekly medication dose
  • My Arthritis personal report
  • Weight Tracker

Joint Count tracking

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RAPID3 is a patient reported outcome measure validated for use in Rheumatoid Arthritis and in some other types of inflammatory arthritis.


Joint Count

Using the figure you are able to input which joints are painful and how severe the pain is on a day to day basis.

Activity Tracking

Answering the 10 simple questions allows you to monitor your function and impact of arthritis from day to day.

Pain Tracker

This allows you to input your symptoms on a day to day basis and monitor you progress.

Who We Are

The people behind My Arthritis

Dr Ashleigh Hennessey

Rheumatology Advanced Trainee

Dr Ashleigh Hennessey is a University of Queensland graduate completing a Bachelor of Science (Physiology) in 2005 and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Science in 2009. During her basic physician training she has worked at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Royal Hobart Hospital.

More about Dr Ashleigh Hennessey

Dr Jennifer Ng


Dr Jennifer Ng completed her medical degree at University of Melbourne with honours in 1996. She has worked in UK, Australia and New Zealand with specialist qualifications in UK and Australasia for internal medicine and rheumatology (MRCP and FRACP, 1999 and 2005).

More about Dr Jennifer Ng

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