Articles by Topic - Education and Training

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From the College: The ACR 2015 State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium Scheduled May 1–3 in Chicago

Rheumatology experts to discuss latest therapeutic developments, research findings, scientific advances in specialty

Meeting: 2014 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Medical Education Trends

Patient-centeredness, teaching hospitals, clinical competency most popular published topics in medical literature last year

From the College: Rheumatology Research Foundation Shares Excitement about Specialty with Medical Students, Residents

Foundation's Student and Resident Experience event at the ACR/ARHP annual meeting encourages students to pursue career in rheumatology

From the College: Rheumatology Fellows-in-Training Offer Fresh Perspectives on the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting

Medical residents relay insights on annual meeting sessions, lectures, networking events, and Boston tourism

Columns: Has Technology Depersonalized the Art of Medical Teaching?

Video streaming, interactive learning, flipped classrooms, self-study replacing class lectures

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting Highlights

Educational sessions, poster hall, exhibit hall draws crowds, provides forums for learning, networking

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

Features: Rheumatologists In Demand As Physician Shortages in Rheumatology Intensify

How practicing clinicians can generate interest in rheumatology among medical students

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 2014 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting Must-See Pre-Meeting Courses

Courses on microbiome in rheumatic diseases, patient-centered outcomes are highlights



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