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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.
Access to view sessions on demand is available until
June 1, 2021. Purchase an On-Demand All-Access Pass today.
Rheumatology research is crucial for the progression of the
specialty – submit your abstract today.
Two distinct session formats will allow you to share lessons
and inspire future generations of rheumatology leaders during this all-new
As a special call for 2021, the global rheumatology
community is encouraged to submit images demonstrating clinical rheumatic
manifestations in skin of color.
If you missed the live virtual meeting November 5 - 9, purchase an on-demand, all-access pass to the recorded sessions. This is the ultimate pass to ACR Convergence 2020 content on demand at your convenience.
The On-Demand All-Access Pass includes 24/7 access to the following until June 1, 2021:
Browse the online program for the full session listing and topics covered and review the Quick Start Guide for On-Demand Access.
Register for On-Demand
ACR Member - $280
ARP Member - $195
ACR Emeritus - $140
ARP Emeritus - $99
ACR Trainee - $140
Resident / Student - $50
Developing Country - $60
ACR - $545
ARP - $255
ACR Trainee - $275*
Resident / Student* - $50
Developing Country** - $80
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, to apply for registration as a non-member trainee, resident or student, submit a request stating which non-member trainee, resident or student registration category you are applying for. Also include a proof of status letter from your program director, chief of service, or faculty advisor attesting to your status or a copy of your Student ID with a current date. Upon receipt of your request and proof of status we will send you an Invitation Code to input during the online registration process to receive the discounted registration fees. Your registration will not be complete until you provide this verification. If not verified, you will not be able to access the meeting.
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, to apply for registration as a non-member from a developing country, submit a letter showing evidence of work and residence address and a request for the Nonmember Developing Country rate to ACRsupport@cmrus.com. Upon receipt of your request and proof of developing country status we will send you an Invitation Code to input during the online registration process to receive the discounted registration fees. Your registration will not be complete until you provide this verification. If not verified, you will not be able to access the meeting.
Group registration is defined as 10 or more paid registrations using the same credit card or check for individuals who do not register individually.
Group registration for On-Demand Passes will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. Please submit your request for group registration through the ACR Registration Support Center indicating the number of participants you wish to register.
Get help online at the Registration Support Center
U.S. / Canada: 1-800-990-2446
Outside U.S. / Canada: 415-979-2286