Content from ACR Convergence 2020, including scientific sessions, posters, exhibits, and community hubs, is available to All-Access Pass and COVID-19 Pass participants to view and access on-demand through March 11, 2021. View sessions you missed and related Q&As with the speakers, read and catch up on posters, interact with exhibits and industry events, and view…
Articles tagged with "CME"
CME series “Conscious and Unconscious Biases in Healthcare: Focus on Lupus” has curriculum and tools to reduce healthcare disparities
Increases affect ARC’s pediatric track, adult track, combined track, and individual modules
CME, recertification—what really gets quality results?
Anticipation—both bad and good—was the mood at this year’s ACR meeting
ACR study groups provide an excellent forum for networking at the ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting and are among the most highly sought-after sessions each year. Although study groups are not eligible for CME credits, they provide an opportunity for the exchange of new ideas and in-depth presentations of information. These groups give attendees the opportunity to discuss cases and share experiences with colleagues who share a common interest in one disease, a group of related disorders, or a specialized field of study.
The professional relationship between partners in a joint medical practice is sometimes compared with a marriage. The partners must work under the same roof, share the same goals, and strive to make the practice as successful as it can be. Here are some tips for adding a new partner to your practice.
How I learned to balance the complex equation of loss and gain from disease