Meet the #ACR22 Twitter Ambassadors
The ACR has recruited rheumatology social media influencers to help build awareness of ACR Convergence 2022 while increasing engagement among members of the global rheumatology community. Be sure to follow these Twitter power users as they spread the word about this year’s meeting, including sessions and speakers of interest, networking opportunities, and the overall meeting experience. Follow the ambassadors (#ACRambassador) at their Twitter handles below, and don’t forget to use #ACR22 on social media.
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View information about newly published articles from the ACR's three research journals, Arthritis & Rheumatology, Arthritis Care & Research, and ACR Open Rheumatology, as well as links to recently accepted and early view articles.
There is so much to cover when it comes to how policy in regulations, legislation, and insurance plans affect rheumatology patients and providers. Get the latest from ACR advocacy on what is happening from D.C. to your state house, and how you can get involved. We want to hear from you! Tag @ACRheumDC or send a direct message to the ACR’s advocacy team with the policies that would most improve your work, the field of rheumatology, and healthcare outcomes.