Without inspiration, there might be no genius. Likewise, the ACR and AHRP Annual Meeting Planning Committees depend on input from the membership to suggest educational formats, topics, and experts to meet the growing needs and interests of the rheumatology community.
You Might Also Like
Explore This IssueOctober 2009
Also By This Author
ACR and ARHP members are invited to share their topic and speaker suggestions for the 2010 Annual Scientific Meeting, which will be held in Atlanta on November 6–11.
In January, the planning committees will meet to determine the scientific program and at that meeting they will review suggestions provided by ACR and ARHP members. Submitted proposals serve as the catalyst for sessions, symposia, lectureships, workshops, and other initiatives. Member suggestions also help guide the planning process as the ACR strives to enhance the scientific program to benefit all attendees.
Accepted suggestions may be presented in their entirety or may undergo various degrees of modification before being included in the programming.
Applications to submit a proposal for the 2010 Annual Meeting are available online. All suggestions must be submitted by Monday, November 16 for consideration. For instructions and to submit your proposals, visit:
- ACR Call for Proposals: www.rheumatology.org/annual/cfp
- ARHP Call for Proposals: www.rheumatology.org/annual/arhp
- ACR Study Groups: www.rheumatology.org/annual/cfp/studygroups
The ACR and the ARHP thank you, our members, for continuing to inspire genius in our educational programming. Submit your topic and speaker ideas for the 2010 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting today.