The Rheumatology Maintenance of Certification Course is an interactive learning experience designed to assist physicians in building their knowledge base in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of rheumatic diseases. This course is based on the topics and cases presented in the ACR’s self-assessment activity, Continuing Assessment, Review, and Evaluation (CARE), which is designed specifically for rheumatologists. The intriguing cases detailed in CARE 2012 will be brought to life with audience participation, expert faculty providing context and answer rationales, and opportunities for discussion.
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“Osler said it best, ‘It is astonishing with how little reading a doctor can practice medicine, but it is not astonishing how badly he may do it.’ The ACR has worked hard to help make the recertification process as painless as possible while, at the same time, as educational as possible—completing recertification simply makes you a better rheumatologist,” says James R. O’Dell, MD, ACR past president and MOC course lecturer.
Whether you are preparing for the ABIM Maintenance of Certification exam or simply looking for a comprehensive refresher course, this program will meet your educational needs.
Over 70% of 2012 course participants indicated they will change the way they practice based on the information learned at this course. The course offers opportunity to claim both CME and MOC credits. Visit www.rheumatology.org/education for more information and to register.
Important Course Deadlines
Rheumatology Maintenance of Certification Course
March 8–10, 2013
The Westin Buckhead Atlanta
- January 30: Last Day for Early-Bird Registration
- February 15: Last Day for Discounted Housing Registration
- February 27: Last Day for Advance Registration