SAN DIEGO—In the pre-ACR Convergence 2023 Review Course, Rebecca Sadun, MD, PhD, assistant professor in medicine and pediatrics, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C., focused on transitions from pediatric to adult rheumatology care for patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).
SAN DIEGO—During ACR Convergence 2023 on Nov. 11, the ACR honored a group of individuals who have made significant contributions to rheumatology research, education and patient care by announcing the recipients of the ACR’s 2023 Awards of Distinction, as well as the 2023 ACR Masters who were recognized for their contributions to the field.
SAN DIEGO—Each year, the ACR honors up to 10 clinical and research fellows who have performed meritoriously. Meet this year’s Distinguished Fellows who are bridging the gap between research and patient care and who were recognized at ACR Convergence 2023 in November.
SAN DIEGO—If patients with gout keep their serum urate (SU) levels very low with urate-lowering therapy (ULT), they have fewer flares, according to a research abstract presented at ACR Convergence 2023.
Dr. Aletaha discussed several studies of interventions in pre-RA, including SAVE, STIVEA, PROMPT, PRAIRI, TREAT EARLIER and STOP-RA.
At the 19th Annual Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Rheumatic Diseases course, Dr. Michelle Petri gave a presentation concerning the overall state of lupus treatment outcomes in the U.S.
The 19th Annual Johns Hopkins Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Rheumatic Diseases Symposium session titled, Updates on Vasculitis provided an overview of the latest information on vasculitis diagnosis and treatment.
How do healthcare providers enable positive outcomes for their pediatric patients while also addressing the disparities in care between patients of different ethnicities, gender and socioeconomic backgrounds? Experts addressed how changes in research and clinical care can improve outcomes for children experiencing healthcare disparities during a session at the 2023 Pediatric Rheumatology Symposium.
Artificial intelligence, social media, mobile apps—different technologies can be used to connect with and benefit rheumatology patients. During a session of the 2023 Pediatric Rheumatology Symposium, Dr. Jonathan Hausmann discussed the use of technology in research to improve patient recruitment and engagement, collect data and more.
The ACR Education Exchange 2023 session titled Updates from the Committee on Rheumatology Training & Workforce Issues provided information on fellows-in-training scholarships, Rheumatology Research Foundation awards & more.