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To motivate outstanding pediatric residents to pursue subspecialty training in pediatric rheumatology,
the Pediatric Rheumatology Residents program provides an opportunity to attend the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting.
The program is designed to introduce pediatric residents to the possibility of subspecialty training in pediatric
rheumatology at an early period in their residency. By identifying residents who have demonstrated interest in
rheumatology but are undecided about a subspecialty, we hope to have a positive impact on workforce issues that continue
to challenge pediatric rheumatology.
Complete the nomination form by July 14, 2017
Residents selected to participate in this program will receive:
Complimentary registration to the upcoming Annual Meeting. Please note: this does not include
Meet-the-Professor sessions, workshops sessions, or pre-conference courses. Participation in each of
these activities requires separate registration and an additional fee.
Reimbursement of up to $900 to defray expenses related to Annual Meeting travel and lodging.
Assistance in obtaining hotel reservations for the meeting. The cost of the hotel reservation
is to be covered by the travel reimbursement.
Each accepted applicant will be assigned by the Nominator.
Mentors are required to meet with the resident throughout the meeting to offer guidance and answer questions. If a mentor in pediatric rheumatology is not specified, the selection committee can match an accepted applicant with a mentor.
Accepted applicants are required to participate in the following:
Full day Rheumatology Student and Resident Experience - November 5
Includes an orientation breakfast, breakout sessions, poster tour, educational sessions, and an organized happy hour
Fellows Panel Discussion - November 6
Faculty Panel Discussion - November 7
To get the full experience, participants are strongly encouraged to stay at the Annual Meeting for the entire meeting.
Each program participant will be required to fill out an evaluation at the end of the program in order to