Articles by Keyword - Education

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Departments: Rheum with a View: How Should We Train Rheumatology Fellows?

Regulatory mandates in the ACGME's Next Accreditation System aim to improve the way rheumatologists are trained, but they might not have the desired effect

Features: Rheum2Learn Offers Opportunities for Internal Medicine Housestaff to Learn Rheumatology

Online educational tool can serve as a teaching platform for IM residents on rheumatology rotation and as a training resource

From the College: Innovative ARHP Program to be Featured at the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting

Highlights include compelling keynote speakers, an immunology bootcamp, and an integrated poster session

From the College: ACR Makes Strides in Practice Management Education

Courses by the ACR’s Committee on Rheumatologic Care help rheumatologists stay abreast of changes in practice management, coding and billing regulations

Departments: Tech Talk: Rheumatologists Have Many Options for Providing Patient Education Online

Services to provide and maintain patient-education segments of physicians' websites become more sophisticated

Columns: President's Perspective: The ACR Creates Strategic Plan to Advance Rheumatology

ACR’s strategy for 2013-2016 includes advocacy efforts, educational programming and journals, and rheumatology research support

From the College: ACR Boosts CME Credit Hours for Advanced Rheumatology Course

Increases affect ARC’s pediatric track, adult track, combined track, and individual modules

Features: The ARHP Honors Health Professionals for their Contributions to Rheumatology

The ARHP recognized individuals for their work in advancing rheumatology research, education, and patient care at the organizations' annual meeting in Washington, D.C. last November

Columns: With a Five-Point Plan and New Name, the Rheumatology Research Foundation Continues to Advance the Field of Rheumatology

Supporting research and education in rheumatology is the core mission of the American College of Rheumatology's (ACR) Rheumatology Research Foundation

Departments: Letter: Consider the Bent Fork

As rheumatologists, when people ask us about wearing the bent fork lapel pin, we have the opportunity to educate the public about the Simple Tasks Campaign and the value of rheumatology



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