Surrounded by a spectacularly scenic wilderness area, Snowmass Village is home to the second largest ski mountain in Colorado offering nearly 150 miles of trails. Snowmass has 3,128 acres of every kind of terrain, with 22 ski lifts as well as plenty of activities for the nonskier, such as snowshoeing, shopping, and paragliding.
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This year’s Winter Rheumatology Symposium offers more than twenty sessions scheduled in the early morning hours and again in the late afternoon to allow attendees to take full advantage of family recreational activities and the cultural amenities this area offers.
The educational content provides a comfortable balance between clinical and basic science information with experienced speakers on topics of current interest. The program offers didactic sessions and interactive opportunities with a faculty whose expertise includes basic science, clinical investigation, and management of patents with rheumatic diseases.
Highlights for this annual event include the interactive discussion “Rheumatoid Arthritis Panel on Therapy” with Joel Kremer, MD, Eric Matteson, MD, Christopher Ritchlin, MD, MPH, and Michael Weinblatt, MD. Returning in 2013 is the ever-popular “Points-on-Joints” session. Presented in the “thieves’ market” format, this session provides a series of interesting, difficult, or puzzling rheumatologic cases via 10-minute summaries, each followed by audience discussion.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get the most up-to-date clinical information on the diagnosis and management of patients with rheumatic and immunologic disorders while experiencing the splendor of Snowmass Village, Colorado. Visit www.rheumatology.org/education for more information and to register.