ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting
November 6–11, 2010, Atlanta
November 6–11, 2010, Atlanta
All scientific registrants for the ACR/ARHP 2009 Annual Scientific Meeting will receive complimentary online access for one full year to more than 90% of the 2009 educational sessions using ACR SessionSelect. For additional information, visit the ACR Web site.
Did you miss a session of the ARHP Rheumatology Audioconference Series this year? If so, you can purchase the webcast of any 2009 session. Details are available at http://www.rheumatology.org/arhp/education/audioconf.asp. The 2009 topics available for purchase are: The Pharmaceutical Industry and Health Care Providers: Impact of the Relationship on Patient Care, Professional Education, Health Care Costs, and Public Perception, Lenore M. Buckley, MD, MPH; Biologic Logic: Making Sense of Current Therapies for Rheumatic Diseases, Daniel F. Battafarano, DO, FACP, FACR; How Can We Help Our Clients with Scleroderma Manage Musculoskeletal and Functional Limitations? Janet L. Poole, PhD, OTR; Physical Activity Among People with Arthritis: Assessment, Considerations, and Behavior Change, Julie Keysor, PhD, PT; Reconditioning Hearts and Muscles: The Fit and Strong: Osteoarthritis Evidence-Based Program, Susan Hughes, DSW; Managing Office Infusions: From Biologics to Bones, Josh S. Brinks, BSN, MSN, FNP; Positive Antinuclear Antibodies, Rheumatoid Factors, and Cyclic Citrullinated Peptides: What Does It All Mean? Benjamin J. Smith, PA-C; and Medicare Updates: Where Do We Stand? Antanya A. Chung, CCP, CPC-I.
You can pay your 2010 membership dues online, and also make changes to your professional information at the same time. Go to www.rheumatology.org and select Pay Membership Dues. Remember your membership runs by calendar year.
The ACR/ARHP Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant Postgraduate Rheumatology Training Program is now open for registration. More than 60 experts have dedicated hundreds of hours to complete this innovative program, which includes 18 hours of audio-annotated PowerPoint slides, 2,800 slides, and 631 images in 19 modules. This novel Web-based program will allow NPs, PAs, and others interested in rheumatology to have a flexible, affordable way to build competence in the care of persons with rheumatic diseases. For additional information, visit the ARHP Web site at www.rheumatology.org/arhp.
Antiphospholipid by the Beach: 13th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibodies. April 13–16, 2010, Galveston, TX. Organized by the University of Texas Medical Branch. Deadline for abstract submission is February 15, 2010. Registration fees are $420 if received by February 15, 2010 and $540 thereafter for physicians and medical professionals, and $180 if received by February 15, 2010 and $240 thereafter for students. For additional information, call 409-772-9300 or visit the Web site www.utmb.edu/apla2010.
9th International Congress on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. June 23–27, 2010, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Deadline for abstract submission is December 1, 2009. Deadline for early registration is March 15, 2010. Travel grants will be available for trainees. For additional information, call 604-688-9655 (ext. 2), e-mail: email@example.com, or visit the Web site www.lupus2010.com.