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Downloadable Resources

Evidence-based, pharmacologic treatment guidelines for moderately to severely active RA.
Evidence-based recommendations for the treatment of patients with active AS.
Treatment recommendations for the spectrum of manifestations affecting patients with active PsA.
Provides you with more information about dosing and administration for SIMPONI ARIA®.
The information in this guide can assist you in obtaining reimbursement for SIMPONI ARIA®.
A printable tool designed to help nurses encourage patients to share meaningful feedback about their moderately to severely active RA symptoms.


Guidelines and recommendations to develop an evidence-based guideline for the pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment of PsA.
An online tool to help you calculate the dose, the number of SIMPONI ARIA® single-use vials, and the total volume of SIMPONI ARIA® solution needed based on the recommended dosing of 2 mg/kg and the patient’s weight.
An up-close and personal video showcasing the proper dosing and administration for SIMPONI ARIA®. helps connect patients with infusion centers. You can also submit information about your infusion center, if you have one, to assist physicians and their patients find an appropriate site for their treatment.
The mission of the Arthritis Foundation is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control, and cure of arthritis and related diseases.
The online home of the Arthritis Foundation’s Arthritis Today magazine is a great source of tips and information for people living with arthritis. It includes a community where patients can share ideas, ask for advice, read blogs, play games, and more.
CreakyJoints provides treatment information, advice from professionals, and public forums for people living with arthritis to share their experiences.
NIAMS is a component of the National Institutes of Health, whose primary focus is to provide research, training, and information resources on diseases of the bones, joints, muscles, and skin. This website offers information and links to various resources about rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, treatment, research, and disease states.
This site allows patients to share their experiences on living with moderately to severely active RA in order to help themselves, others like them, and organizations that focus on their condition.
This website provides interactive, educational information about moderately to severely active RA. It features a “Patient’s Corner” with lifestyle information.