THE OFFICIAL NEWS SOURCE OF ACR CONVERGENCE 2022 • NOVEMBER 10-14


  • ACR President Dr. Kenneth Saag highlights ACR Convergence 2022 programming

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    ACR President Dr. Kenneth Saag highlights ACR Convergence 2022 programming

    ACR President Kenneth G. Saag, MD, MSc, outlines what attendees can expect at ACR Convergence this year, the ACR’s first in-person annual meeting in three years. Many of the more than 200 scientific sessions also will be livestreamed for those unable to travel to Philadelphia this fall. Attendees have four registration options to choose from to experience this hybrid event. READ MORE

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  • ARP President Barbara Slusher previews ACR Convergence 2022

    ARP President Barbara Slusher, MSW, PA-C, details ACR Convergence highlights, including the ARP Business Meeting & Networking Lunch and ARP Keynote: Passion in Practice on Sunday, November 13. The Business Meeting will include an overview of the recommendations of the Governance Task Force convened in 2021. READ MORE

  • Call for late-breaking abstract submissions is open

    ACR and ARP members and nonmembers are invited to submit an abstract with late-breaking, high-impact scientific research for presentation at ACR Convergence 2022. Notification of abstract acceptance will be sent in October. READ MORE

  • Choose an in-person or virtual experience for ACR Convergence 2022

    Registration is open for this year’s premier rheumatology experience, taking place November 10-14 in Philadelphia. Don’t miss special pricing for early registration, available through August 30, for in-person and virtual participation. READ MORE


  • Planning Committee Chair Dr. Sharon Kolasinski previews ACR Convergence 2022

    Planning Committee Chair Dr. Sharon Kolasinski previews ACR Convergence 2022

    ACR Convergence 2022 will offer the most comprehensive presentation of basic science, clinical research, and advances in clinical care in rheumatology, with the choice of in-person or virtual registration. Annual Meeting Planning Committee Chair Sharon L. Kolasinski, MD, FACR, provides a first look at what attendees can expect from the meeting “where rheumatology meets.” READ MORE