Clinical excellence is the foundation of a successful practice. Advancing the integration of evidence-based science and clinical expertise, the State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium leads the way for rheumatologists to enhance their professional effectiveness and improve their patients’ outcomes. This clinically focused symposium is often referred to as the “mini annual meeting” and exposes attendees to a range of content in recent scientific developments, new research findings, and therapeutic interventions.
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Join experts in learning about unusual case presentations and difficult clinical management issues in vasculitis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, scleroderma, and ocular disorders. An ever-present concern for physicians and their patients, the safety of bisphosphonates and biologics also will be addressed.
This year’s agenda will also feature presentations by fellow subspecialists on common shoulder complaints and autoimmune liver disease. Learn more about the treatment and diagnosis of periarticular disorders of the shoulder and discover how to diagnose patients with autoimmune hepatitis and develop a treatment plan. Attendees often say that lectures provided by other subspecialists give a unique perspective on a familiar topic and are clinically valuable to the rheumatology practitioner.
The deadline for the early-bird registration rate is February 18, and the last day to register online is April 4. The housing deadline for ACR discounted rates is March 18. For a complete program and to register online, visit www.rheumatology.org/education.