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Investing in rheumatology training is essential to building a strong and capable workforce. Clinician educators are responsible for developing educational programs, instructing rheumatologists to meet the accreditation standards, and promoting an atmosphere of quality care for patients. Clinician educators must be better prepared for teaching and committed to advancing rheumatology. They play a critical role in attracting the next generation of rheumatologists to provide quality care for patients.
Awards and Grants available for students, residents, and fellows-in-training
Guide to NIH Funding Opportunities
Understanding the tools people use and how these outlets can help share your message is as important as a more traditional media approach, such as writing letters to the editor or op-ed pieces. Serving the needs of patients online via social media efforts can result in a stronger online presence, more patients, stronger referrals, and patient education that saves time.
For more information on social media and sharing health information online, read our Social Media Guide.
CSEA Panel Meetings
CSEA Panel Meeting in Chicago - Spring (CSE award recipients only)
CSEA Panel Meeting at ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting - Fall (CSE award recipients only)
Innovative Educators, Novel Techniques: A Rheumatology Research Foundation Special Session at ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting (any Annual Meeting attendee can register and attend this session)
Recipients of the Rheumatology Research Foundation’s Clinician Scholar Educator (CSE) Award devote themselves to developing products and processes using new technologies and methods to better train future rheumatologists. The award provides salary support to allow them time to develop these tools and funding for continued career development. If you are a CSE awardee with a product you want us to feature, let us know.
Program Managers: keep your training program information up-to-date
The ACR relies on you to keep your training program records current so all faculty members receive ACR correspondence in a timely manner. Follow these step-by-step instructions to update your rheumatology fellowship training program.
Hire your next rheumatology health professional through ACR CareerConnection. Hire with confidence. Recruit with ease.