The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) publishes a variety of rheumatology-related materials - from the latest news in arthritis research and clinical practice, to advocacy and health policy. The ACR’s publications reflect the diversity of clinical and topical issues facing today’s rheumatology workforce.
The American College of Rheumatology publishes Arthritis & Rheumatology and Arthritis Care & Research, which focus on all aspects of rheumatic disease. These international, peer-reviewed journals are committed to promoting the highest standards of scientific information and education. Access to all content is free to members. Other individuals 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.
ACR Publications Mobile App
Download the ACR Publications app from the Apple store or Google Play for free. ACR members can log in 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.
The Rheumatologist is the ACR’s monthly, member newsmagazine for rheumatologists, internists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who practice, research, or teach in the field of rheumatology.
About The Rheumatologist
Receive up-to-date information from the ACR via its members-only e-newsletters. Stay connected to the latest and most important news from ACR Insider, eNewsRheum, and ACR@Work.
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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.
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Each month, ACR coding specialists highlight rheumatology-specific coding issues in The Rheumatologist and provide guidance on billing and compliance.
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The ACR provides practical career information for rheumatologists, fellows in training, and practice administrators.
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Each year, ACR/ARP meetings draw thousands of scientific abstracts submitted by rheumatologists and rheumatology professionals. Accepted abstracts are published in an online supplement of the Arthritis & Rheumatology journal and displayed in an international venue.
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