Industry Supported Sessions

Industry supported sessions held during or at the conclusion of certain ACR meetings provide companies with the opportunity to communicate their message through important education to a diverse group of rheumatologists and rheumatology health professionals. Industry supported sessions are complimentary to attendees, enhancing their educational experience at the meetings.

ACR Convergence

Industry-supported sessions held during ACR Convergence, the ACR's annual meeting, provide industry with a valuable opportunity to present content directly to a wide spectrum of rheumatology health professionals from around the world.

Learn more about hosting an industry supported session at ACR Convergence.

Educational Meetings

Industry-supported sessions at ACR educational meetings provide an exceptional audience reach and may either be non-CME, company directed, or CME-accredited programs. Other educational events are restricted during industry session times. Opportunities to host industry-supported sessions are offered at the following meetings.

Winter Rheumatology Symposium
January 22 - 28, 2022 in Snowmass Village, CO
The Winter Rheumatology Symposium provides an intimate venue, with approximately 80 attendees. This symposium focuses on the latest clinical treatments and scientific research. The majority of attendees are clinicians.
Winter Rheumatology Symposium Exhibit and Sponsor Prospectus

State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium
2022 - dates and location to be announced
The 2021 Virtual State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium attracted over 1,000 attendees. This symposium covers a wide range of topics in areas such as therapeutic developments, recent research findings, and scientific advances.

Pediatric Rheumatology Symposium
2023 - dates and location to be announced
This unique symposium, which occurs every three years, provides the most up-to-date, practical clinical information and basic science knowledge on the diagnosis and management of pediatric patients with rheumatic diseases and immune disorders.

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