Through sessions and Community Hubs, attendees of ACR Convergence 2021 have multiple opportunities to connect with other rheumatology professionals. Here are some helpful tips from panelists.
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New in 2019, pediatric rheumatologists will be able to network in a community lounge, as well as attend the cutting-edge educational sessions specific to the field. Here’s a sneak peek…
Jonathan Hausmann, MD, a pediatric and adult rheumatology fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital, remembers seeing a patient with a red, swollen and tender big toe early in his fellowship and diagnosing his patient with gout. He was happy to be able to help the patient, and he called in…
Participate in networking, social activities with rheumatology colleagues to enhance your annual meeting experience
The 2012 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting is an opportunity to network with rheumatology colleagues from around the world.
Networking opportunities can make a large educational conference experience feel truly meaningful, memorable, and beneficial. Make your annual meeting experience memorable by participating in networking options that appeal to you.
Last month’s article on social media discussed how to grow your social network by finding relevant people and content of value as you navigate social media. Now that you are on your way to building a valuable social network, it is time to learn how to sort and filter your social networks to efficiently find discussions of interest.
Facebook. Twitter. YouTube. Flickr. These are common social networking sites that you may use regularly to keep up with friends, colleagues, news, and information. Now you can keep up with the ACR on these sites too.
As the 2010 ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting continues to draw an increasing number of rheumatology physicians and health professionals, it has become vital to create forums that encourage a sense of community and bring value to the networking aspects of the meeting. The ACR and ARHP Annual Meeting Planning Committees continue to strive to provide more venues for meet-and-greets and improved opportunities for both professional and casual interaction among attendees.
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