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ACR/ARHP Pre-Conference Courses [Description]ACR and ARHP Pre-Conference Courses are designed to offer attendees, with a specific interest, a unique learning opportunity. A separate registration fee is required.
ACR Basic Science Symposia [Description]ACR Basic Science Symposia provide an update of the most recent scientific developments in the field of rheumatology.
ACR Clinical Symposia [Description]ACR Clinical Symposia provide instruction to improve patient care. Developments from other specialties and practical patient management skills will be emphasized.
ACR Immunology Updates for the Clinicians [Description]ACR Immunology Updates for Clinicians is a series of three one hour lectures designed to provide clinicians with an update of the new developments in immunology.
ACR Medical Aspects of Rheumatic Diseases [Description]ACR Medical Aspects of Rheumatic Diseases Sessions cover topics in other subspecialty areas in internal medicine that are of importance to the practice of rheumatology, presented by experts from other medical subspecialties.
ACR Meet the Professor Sessions [Description]ACR Meet the Professor Sessions provide an opportunity for interaction and consultation with highly respected professionals who have expertise in a particular area. Several sessions are designated for trainees only. A separate registration fee is required.
ACR Practice Issues [Description]ACR Practice Issues are sessions that address the major changes in the practice of rheumatology with the introduction of new medications, devices, and diagnostic and ancillary services for patients.
ACR State-of-the-Art Lectures [Description]ACR State-of-the-Art Lectures present current information about topics related to rheumatology and are presented by leading experts in their respective fields.
ACR Study Groups [Description]ACR Study Groups are designed to bring together attendees with a common interest in one disease, a group of related disorders, or a specialized field of study for discussion and dissemination of information.
ACR Workshops [Description]ACR/ARHP Workshops are designed to bring attendees together to foster hands-on learning, and provide an opportunity for interaction and consultation with highly respected professionals who have expertise in a particular area. Several sessions are designated for trainees only. A separate registration fee is required.
ARHP Concurrent Sessions [Description]ARHP Concurrent Sessions offer educational programs of interest to various health professionals. Concurrent sessions include invited speakers; peer-reviewed programs and lectures; and research and special interest abstract sessions.
ARHP General Sessions [Description]ARHP General Sessions are interdisciplinary sessions scheduled without competing programs. The topics are of expansive interest or the speaker is of such status as to appeal to the membership at large.