Through sessions and Community Hubs, attendees of ACR Convergence 2021 have multiple opportunities to connect with other rheumatology professionals. Here are some helpful tips from panelists.
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Patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) need better appraisal and more informational and social support, according to a new study on health-related quality of life in these patients.1 The phenomenological study, comprising qualitative interviews with patients in the Lupus Clinic at the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo., also found a need for…
When Reshma Khan, MD, a rheumatologist at the Family Arthritis Center, Jupiter, Fla., relocated from Michigan three-and-a-half years ago, she missed the camaraderie and friendships she’d made in Michigan. “I’m a very social person, and after finishing my research, residency and fellowship in Michigan, I missed those close friendships [when I moved to Florida],” Dr….
In addition to outstanding educational sessions, the 2017 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting offers an opportunity to make connections and build relationships…
Last month’s article on social media discussed how to grow your social network by finding relevant people and content of value as you navigate social media. Now that you are on your way to building a valuable social network, it is time to learn how to sort and filter your social networks to efficiently find discussions of interest.
A year in the life of a newly minted tech-geek rheumatologist