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ACR Annual Meeting Attendees

The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting brings together nearly 15,000 domestic and international participants, including physicians, health professionals, and industry partners from over 100 countries.

This six day meeting will showcase cutting edge and timely topics in clinical and basic science of rheumatologic care, as well as the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of rheumatic diseases and its comorbid conditions.

Attendees will be able to choose from over 200 educational presentations, which will be delivered using various skills-based, interactive learning formats designed to maximize the attendees’ learning experience. Workshops, Meet the Professors, oral abstract sessions, poster presentations and guided poster tours are only some of the exciting offerings that will be available to all attendees.

Early-bird registration and housing open now through August 29. Register and Book Hotel >> 

Stimulate your mind through an array of educational formats and tracks:

  • High-impact educational sessions that address the latest science and best practices presented through peer-reviewed and selected clinical and scientific abstracts and invited speakers providing clinical, evidence-based and quality focused content.
  • Diverse learning formats of educational delivery, including: didactic lectures, debates, and interactive sessions, such as poster tours, Meet the Professor, and workshop sessions designed to maximize your learning experience.
  • Specialty formatted sessions designed to engage learners in new and interactive ways, including the Thieves’ Market – Show Me Your Best Cases, Curbside Consults – Ask the Professors, the ACR Knowledge Bowl, themed boot camp series and poster tours.
  • Educational tracks to help identify content targeted to your area of specialty and interest. Primary tracks include: Basic Science, Business/Administration, Clinical Practice and Clinical Science, but look also for pediatric, educators, practice managers and fellows-in-training designated sessions.