Registration

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The late registration deadline is November 21. See pass options and registration fees below. For nonmember reduced fees for fellow in training, resident, student, and developing country – see eligibility and instructions in the Registration Fees section.

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ACR Convergence Pass Options

Choose the pass that's right for you.

ACR Convergence 2020 offers several pass options to offer maximum value and flexibility: All-Access, Day Pass, and COVID-19 Pass. See registration fees below.

All-Access Pass

The All-Access Pass includes:

  • Advance access to the meeting platform on November 2
  • 200+ educational sessions and oral abstracts with LIVE Q&A and 2,000+ posters
  • Community Hubs, multiple networking opportunities, including the option to schedule 1:1 and small-group private meetings, Exhibits, Innovation Theaters, and Industry-Supported Symposia
Plus, extended programming after the meeting:
  • November 10: Review Course, Practice Management & Coding Update, and Radiology Bootcamp
  • November 21: Basic Research Conference and Clinical Research Conference
  • On-demand access any time to the session recordings, Poster Hall, Community Hubs, and Exhibits until March 11, 2021


Day Pass

If you are not able to participate in the entire meeting, consider purchasing a Day Pass, which provides the following:

  • Access to the educational sessions and oral abstracts with LIVE Q&A on the day of your pass
  • Access to the Poster Hall, Community Hubs, and Exhibits


COVID-19 Pass

Each day, ACR leaders and experts in the field, including Anthony Fauci, MD, will share timely insights about the impact of COVID-19. This special pass includes access to the following six sessions:

  1. COVID-19 Around the World: Impact on Rheumatology
  2. COVID-19: Special Lecture from Dr. Anthony Fauci
  3. Pediatric COVID-19 Hyper-Inflammation: Decipher Clues & Enhance Collaborations
  4. COVID-19: Developing a Vaccine During a Pandemic
  5. Impact of a Worldwide Pandemic: Physical Rehabilitation Needs post-COVID-19 and Psychosocial Implications for Patients
  6. Repurposing Medications for the COVID-19 Pandemic: Basic Science Symposium

Sessions will be available on demand following the conclusion of the meeting.

Registration Fees

View the registration fees.

Reduced Fee Eligibility and Instructions

Nonmember Fellows in Training, Residents, and Students

Eligibility: Nonmember physicians who are enrolled in or have completed a training program in rheumatology or a related field within the past year, individuals enrolled in a residency program who are interested in rheumatology as a subspecialty, students enrolled in a graduate-level educational program in medicine or a related field, or students enrolled in a health professional program leading to a baccalaureate or graduate degree.

Instructions: 
Before you register, submit a letter from your program director, chief of service, or faculty advisor to ACRsupport@cmrus.com requesting the Nonmember FIT/Resident/Student rate. The deadline to submit evidence to receive the early rate was October 7; the deadline to submit to receive the late rate is October 29. If you are approved, you will receive an invitation code by email to use when you register to receive the reduced fee.


Non-Members from Developing Countries

Eligibility: Nonmembers from countries with low-income and lower-middle-income economies, as determined by the World Bank. View developing countries

Instructions: Before you register, submit a letter showing evidence of work and residence address and a request for the Nonmember Developing Country rate to ACRsupport@cmrus.com. The deadline to submit evidence to receive the early rate was October 7; the deadline to submit to receive the late rate is October 29. If you are approved, you will receive an invitation code by email to use when you register to receive the reduced fee.

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