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From the College: Advocating for Rheumatology: A Patient’s Perspective
I have made it my personal goal to ensure that future patients don’t have to go through the same uncertainty and delayed treatment that I went through.
From the College: ACR Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Education
The ACR created the Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course for Rheumatologists with Interventional Cadaver Workshop—Intermediate specifically for rheumatologists who are using musculoskeletal ultrasound in their practice and are ready to expand their skills.
Departments: The Recipe for Becoming a Rheumatology Fellow
Residents fear that being keen on more than one field renders them dishonest and undedicated, but in my opinion, going into internal medicine was a declaration of having multiple interests. I tested waters and tried different flavors before I decided to pursue rheumatology.
Features: Pump Up Your Public Speaking
Need to brush up on your presentation skills? Five tips to wow your next audience
From the College: 2012 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting Scientific Program Preview
Plan to join us for the premier rheumatology meeting this year in Washington, D.C., November 9–14.
From the College: Patient Fact Sheet: Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
Several types of arthritis fall under the JIA heading. This inflammation begins before patients reach the age of 16 years, and may involve one or many joints and cause other symptoms such as fevers, rash, and eye inflammation.
From the College: American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Research and Education Foundation Brings Researchers Together in Santa Fe
Two recent meetings supported by the ACR Research and Education Foundation (REF) provided investigators in disease-targeted research initiatives the opportunity to present on their progress and build collaborations.
From the College: Pediatric Researcher Turns American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Award into a Learning Experience
Yukiko Kimura, MD, has been interested in medical education for a long time, so when the ACR Research and Education Foundation (REF) awarded her the ACR REF Clinician Scholar Educator Award in 2008, she knew what she wanted to do.
From the College: Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP) Recognizes 2011 Graduate Student Award Recipients
The ARHP Graduate Student Award, established in 2006, is given annually to outstanding students in recognition of their research and clinical practice projects in the field of rheumatology. The ARHP is honored to recognize its 2011 Graduate Student Award recipients: Jennifer Mei Ping Woo and Andrew Galica.
From the College: Enhance Your Rheumatology Career by Volunteering
Are you passionate about advancing rheumatology? As a volunteer, you can help the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) achieve its mission and grow as an organization.