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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.
Through the Patient Perspectives Poster Program, patients affected by rheumatic disease, along with a sponsoring organization such as a nonprofit patient group, are invited to submit adaptations developed with their healthcare team that have improved their health.
Accepted submissions will be published online and in Arthritis & Rheumatology. First authors (patients) will be invited to produce a digital poster and receive complimentary one-day registration to attend and present their poster at the ACR/ARP Annual Meeting.
Patient Poster submission details coming soon.
Who is eligible to submit a poster
ACR / ARP members and non-members are eligible to submit a poster. The primary author must be someone who is living with a rheumatic disease. Submissions must include a patient sponsor organization, such as a nonprofit patient group.
What is eligible for submission
Submissions should address the question: “What adaptations did you and/or your healthcare team adopt to better care for your health?"
Submissions should demonstrate an idea that was put into practice, and the poster will explain in detail how the idea impacted quality of life. Examples include but are not limited to:
Sponsor organizations may be included in multiple submissions.
What is not eligible for submission
Multiple submissions may not be submitted by the same patient author.
View 2020 Patient Perspective Posters and meet the presenting authors at the ACR/ARP Annual Meeting (dates coming soon).