2023 marks the post-pandemic return of research exchanges hosted by the ACR & EULAR to benefit junior academic rheumatologists & rheumatology professionals.
Articles tagged with "EULAR"
EULAR 2023—It is not enough to practice medicine by the book; rather, communication with patients and understanding their goals for patients are vital to high-quality care. At EULAR 2023, the session titled The Promise of Health Literacy in Clinical Care provided a treasure trove of insights for many clinicians. Definitions & Actions The first speaker…
In June 2022, I listened to several presentations on gout at EULAR’s European Congress of Rheumatology. Most began with data confirming a sad truth that we, as rheumatology providers, are all aware of: too many patients are taking subtherapeutic doses of urate-lowering therapy (ULT).1,2 Recommendations from the American College of Physicians in 2017 advocated for…
A study from Amigues et al. found that bisphosphonate-associated osteonecrosis of the jaw is rare in patients with osteoporosis and may occur more often in patients treated with injectable zoledronic acid than in those treated with the oral bisphosphonates.
D espite an expanding armamentarium of disease-modifying treatments for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), some patients with RA remain symptomatic.1 Current treatment guidelines from both the ACR and the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) recommend treat-to-target strategies to achieve remission or low disease activity, and patients want to feel better.2,3 So how can we best…
A study examined the association between TNF inhibitors and neurological demyelinating adverse events in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and spondyloarthritis using cohort data from five Nordic countries. Researchers showed that patients with SpA were more likely to experience adverse events than patients with RA.
Thomas Dörner, MD, reviewed the current state of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) management, providing updates on novel therapies and insights into the pathogenesis of SLE.
Although progress has been made in recent years, rheumatologists still have a lot of questions regarding best management practices for antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). During a session of EULAR 2022, Ricard Cervera, MD, PhD, described a holistic approach.
At this EULAR 2022 session, one expert explains why he believes refractory gout is caused by mismanagement and discussed ways around treatment obstacles.
A decade after JAK inhibitors were approved, this EULAR 2022 session looks at whether the drugs have lived up to expectations.