“The line between ACR and ARHP sessions has totally blurred,” said Donah Zack Crawford, MA, during the presentation, “Highlights from the 2011 ARHP Sessions,” here at the 2011 ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting held in Chicago in November 2011.
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ARHP recognizes health professionals for their contributions to the field
As the 2011 ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting ends, those of us on the Annual Meeting Planning Committee (AMPC) take time to reflect on the process and on the product.
Learn when and how to refer a patient to a physical or occupational therapist or other specialist
Chicago is a city with remarkable shopping opportunities, upscale and trendy neighborhood boutiques, galleries, and specialty shops. Chicago’s great magic lies in its mix: sophisticated-yet-friendly, bustling city streets adjacent to long stretches of green parks and sparkling blue Lake Michigan.
While you are at the 2011 ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting learning about the latest advancements in rheumatologic care, stop by the Advocacy kiosk at the ACR Resource Center to discuss the latest developments in health policy. Currently, medicine is on the verge of great change with Congress discussing everything from physician payment reform to cuts to biomedical research and medical liability reform. The ACR advocates on behalf of the rheumatology profession and our patients and is actively pursuing the following issues:
During the past 50 years, private practitioners have witnessed many substantial changes to the U.S. healthcare system and have been pressured to change the way they practice medicine.
The 2011 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting program offers a plethora of opportunities for health professionals to gain insight into emerging concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatologic disorders as well as improving quality of life in affected patients.
Join us in Chicago, November 4–9, 2011, for the 2011 ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting, the premier rheumatology meeting.