ACR Apps

The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) has a variety of apps dedicated to the rheumatology profession. Access high-quality research published in the ACR journals, dive into the latest news in rheumatology research and clinical practice, explore the ACR’s guideline recommendations and criteria sets, and more.

ACR Publications App

Download the Publications App from the Apple Store or Google Play for free. ACR members can login for full access to Arthritis & Rheumatology and Arthritis Care & Research. Non-members can access abstracts, the full text of articles published more than one year ago, select open-access articles published recently, and the always open-access ACR Open Rheumatology and The Rheumatologist.

Guideline and Criteria App

The Guideline and Criteria App is the go-to mobile tool for clinicians to implement guideline recommendations and criteria sets into practice. The app features interactive tools to inform treatment decisions at the point of care, including algorithms, scores and calculators, full guideline and criteria content, keyword searches, customizable bookmarks, and note-taking capabilities. Download the free app on the App Store or Google Play and have quick access on your iOS or Android device.

The ACR thanks Genentech, Inc. and UCB, Inc. for their support of the ACR Guideline and Criteria App.

ACR/ARP Annual Meeting App

Designed and developed specifically for the ACR/ARP Annual Meeting, this mobile event app delivers educational session, faculty, and abstract details and exhibitor content paired with news, social media, and meeting tools that provide a best-in-class experience. Get 24-hour access to unique, on-the-go meeting information, maps, and networking opportunities. Learn more about the Annual Meeting app.

ACR on Air Podcast

ACR on Air dives into topics such as the latest research on rheumatic disease, practice management solutions, legislative policies impacting patient care, and more. Tune in the third Tuesday of each month for engaging interviews and commentary with leading rheumatology professionals. Listen to full episodes on our podcast page or on your favorite app, including Apple Podcast, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and TuneIn.

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