Annual Meeting 2015 Videos
Arthritis Foundation Year in Review
Watch highlights from the Arthritis Foundation's 2015 Year in Review!
The Power of Yes: Empowering People to Live Better
Implementing strategies that empower more people to live even better, with higher quality of life and less pain, is among the Arthritis Foundation’s priorities for the year ahead.
The Power of Yes: Driving Best Patient Outcomes
We're teaming up with health care providers, volunteers and partners to expand the continuum of care so that patients have the best possible outcomes.
The Power of Yes: Getting Earlier Diagnoses and Treatments
We aim to make a mighty impact in 2016 by creating the next generation of diagnostic and treatment solutions, and we plan to lead the way to bring them to market faster. Watch our video to learn more.
The Power of Yes: Making a Lasting Impact
The Arthritis Foundation wants to be known as the cause leader for audaciously attacking arthritis and its effects. Watch how we map out our vision and establish priorities to impact 2016.
FDA Official Salutes the Arthritis Foundation
Janet Woodcock, MD, of the Food and Drug Administration, says the Arthritis Foundation is making major strides in the quest to discover new interventions for osteoarthritis.
In addition to the many unforgettable presentations shared at our 2015 Annual Meeting, we also shared the Power of Yes through a series of newly-created story-telling videos highlighting our Champions of Yes.
Champion of Yes: Mark Haubner
A longtime Arthritis Foundation Advocate, Mark Haubner of New York is helping break down barriers to affordable health care.
Champion of Yes: Hannah Robison
Miss America contestant and the reigning Miss Tennessee, Hannah Robison, strongly believes in being a Champion of Yes.
Champion of Yes: April West
April West of Atlanta is the Arthritis Foundation’s National Adult Honoree for the 2016 Walk to Cure Arthritis. April shares her story about finding everyday victories over rheumatoid arthritis.
Champion of Yes: Ana Villafañe
Ana Villafañe is an amazingly talented entertainer now starring in the Broadway musical, “On Your Feet," who also has juvenile arthritis (JA), and works to be an inspiration to others.
Kristen McAllister: The Power of Yes
Kristen McAllister, National Young Adult Honoree for the Arthritis Foundation’s 2015 Jingle Bell Run, is trying to learn how to walk again, and being a Champion of Yes is what keeps her going.
Parker Lentini: Hope for a Brighter Future
As a National Youth Honoree for the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Walk to Cure Arthritis, 16-year-old Parker Lentini believes being a Champion of Yes brings him the hope he needs to battle JA.