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The premeeting courses and ticketed sessions are a great way to get intensive and effective education on a variety of common rheumatologic and musculoskeletal topics. Whatever your area of practice, you’re sure to find something just for you! These sessions require additional fees to attend (excluding Training and Workforce premeetings) and you can add them to your Annual Meeting registration. ACR will facilitate the receipt of Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits for premeeting courses and ticketed sessions. Don’t miss these outstanding sessions.
Premeeting Courses (November 8 - 9)
Premeeting courses offer a unique learning opportunity in specific topic areas. Registration requires an additional fee and includes course materials, continental breakfast, and boxed lunch for full day premeeting courses.
Premeeting Program for Fellows, Division, and Program Directors (November 8)
The academic premeeting courses are targeted towards fellows-in-training, program directors, division directors, and rheumatology educators. Registration is free. The deadline is October 11. Register for premeeting program
Meet the Professor Sessions (November 10 - 12)
Meet the professor sessions provide an opportunity for interaction and consultation with highly esteemed individuals who have expertise in a particular area. Registration for these 90-minute sessions requires an additional fee and includes course materials.
Workshops (November 10 - 12)
Workshops foster hands-on learning in an interactive environment with highly respected professionals who have specialized expertise. Registration for the two-hour workshops requires an additional fee and includes course materials.
Guided poster tours, led by experts in the field, will guide small groups during scheduled presentation times to highlight novel or recent developments. Selected posters from various abstract categories will be included. The format is designed to assist attendees in navigating the poster sessions and provide an opportunity for presenters to engage the group and practice their presentation skills. Tour tickets are available at no cost on a first-come-first-served basis. Registration will be available in September.