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The ACR is accepting applications for mini curriculums, which are educational activities or curriculums to enhance the ACR Core Curriculum Outline.
Submit a proposal and tell us what you would like to see at the 2020 ACR Annual Meeting.
Visit the Online Program to see information about educational content and program information.
session registration includes access to ACR Beyond LIVE and a free 12-month
subscription to our library of on-demand content. ACR18 attendee access expires October 19.
expert Dr. David Hu, Associate Professor of Fluid Mechanics at Georgia
Institute of Technology, will share some of the mind-blowing discoveries from
his book, How to Walk on Water and Climb Up Walls.
ACR's first-rate education program showcases cutting edge and timely topics in rheumatology, as well as the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of rheumatic diseases and related comorbid conditions.
This year’s program has hundreds of sessions to educate professionals in every segment of rheumatology. Clinicians, researchers, academicians, practice managers, pediatric rheumatologists, fellows-in-training, advance practice nurses, physician assistants, physical or occupational therapists: Whatever your role, the ACR/ARP Annual Meeting is the place to expand your knowledge and skills and pique your curiosity.
These are a great way to obtain an intensive and effective education on a variety of common rheumatologic and musculoskeletal topics. A separate registration is required for all premeeting courses and ticketed sessions.
Knowledge Bowl is an interactive session modeled after the gameshow, “Jeopardy.” Teams are composed of fellows and faculty members who compete by answering questions related to the field of rheumatology.
Thieves Market is an interactive session where fascinating clinical cases relevant to rheumatology are presented in short presentations. Session participants will have the opportunity to compare their diagnostic and management strategies to those of other rheumatologists in this interactive session.
Do you have a great case-based rheumatology image? Submit your image to the image competition for a chance to be displayed at the meeting and added to the ACR Rheumatology Image Library collection.
Interested in being a part of the biggest stage in rheumatology? See how to submit a proposal for the ACR/ARP Annual Meeting.
See important information about ACR/ARP Annual Meeting CME and disclosures.
Can’t make it in person this year?
Register to attend virtually. The Review Course and nearly 50 scientific sessions will be broadcast live for virtual attendee participation.
Details about ACR Beyond LIVE registration