FTC: Any final comments?
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Dr. Weselman: I have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to contribute to our national subspecialty society. The ACR staff is dedicated and knowledgeable, and will provide incredible encouragement, guidance, and support. Interacting with my fellow rheumatologists from across the country has provided me the opportunity to understand some of the different challenges we face, but more importantly, the difficulties and dedication to our patients that we share. Our College is a powerful tool to navigate the changing healthcare environment and it will be strengthened by your involvement.
As a volunteer, you can help the ACR achieve its mission to advance rheumatology. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, take a moment to review the eligibility requirements at www.rheumatology.org/Volunteer and nominate yourself or a colleague by June 1, 2013.
Advance Rheumatology by Becoming An ACR Volunteer Today
You have the chance to influence policy statements, network with rheumatologists from across the country, share your knowledge and experience, and help develop products for the future of rheumatology.
A complete list of the different standing committees and their descriptions can be found at www.rheumatology.org/Volunteer. Nominate yourself or a colleague for an ACR or Rheumatology Research Foundation volunteer opportunity by June 1, 2013.