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From the College: Rheumatology Research Foundation Grant Funds Training to Improve Patient Care

The ARHP's Health Professional Online Education Grant is earmarked for nurse practitioners, physician assistants caring for patients with rheumatic diseases

From the College: The 2015 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting Call for Proposals

The ACR invites members to submit ideas for educational content to be featured at ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting in Boston Nov. 14–17

From the College: The 2015 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting Call for Proposals

The ACR invites members to submit ideas for educational content to be featured at its Annual Meeting in Boston Nov. 14–17

Features: University of California at San Francisco Rheumatology Division Recognized for Excellence

Diversity, depth of department's clinical and research programs are its hallmarks

From the College: Practice Management Workshops Boost Physician Efficiency

The ACR/ARHP three-day program at 2014 Annual Meeting in Boston to focus on medical coding updates, compliance rules, federal regulations

From the College: Rheumatology Research Foundation Announces 2015 Grants and Awards

Corporate financial donations support Foundation's awards, grants for rheumatology research, education, training

From the College: The ACR's Social Media Boot Camp Won't Make You Sweat

The ACR/ARHP 2014 meeting sessions on social media can help rheumatology professionals learn to blog, tweet

From the College: Rheumatology Health Professionals Should Attend the ACR/ARHP 2014 Meeting

Extensive learning opportunities, educational sessions, networking events highlight annual event

From the College: The ACR/ARHP 2014 Annual Meeting Provides Opportunities to Learn, Connect, Engage, See

Range of educational sessions will appeal to rheumatology academicians, clinical practitioners, researchers, fellows, health professionals

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

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