The National RCP MATHEC is a multidisciplinary consultation meeting bringing together a range of specialists in autoimmune and auto-inflammatory diseases (internists, neurologists, rheumatologists, hematologists, etc.) in order to discuss the different therapeutic strategies available to patients with autoimmune diseases. The decision on the most appropriate treatment for patients suffering from autoimmune diseases is made collaboratively by this group of experts.

The presentation of a patient during an RCP MATHEC meeting is organized with submission of a form that must be completed and returned to the email address indicated on the form one day before the meeting at the latest. The patient forms that will be presented are sent to all participants in order to ensure that everyone has the necessary information to discuss the case.

This meeting is held every first Wednesday of the month at 14:30. A reminder of the meeting is sent 8 days, and then 3 days before the date of the meeting in order to allow the medical specialists time to complete and return the patient presentation form.

All healthcare professionals who are interested in attending this meeting are welcome.

We thank you for downloading and completing this form for each patient case you wish to review at the RCP meeting. Please send us the Form 8 to 3 days prior to the scheduled date of the meeting. E-mail the form to, or FAX to, so that we can distribute it to all participants. Ms Unfer can be reached by telephone at
Systemic sclerosis form
Multiple sclerosis form
Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy form
Other autoimmune diseases form
Téléphone dial-in
Participants :
1. Dial the number that was sent to you by email for the day of the RCP.
2. To use the Visio webconferencing, please follow the LifeSize powerpoint tutorial provided here.
3. For technical difficulties, please contact Mr. Catney CHARLES (

Annuel calendar of RCP meetings

Download a PDF of our 2020 RCP meeting calendar

The RCP MATHEC meeting summary reports are available in the member section of the MATHEC website.