A Sunday afternoon session will feature a pair of experts who will discuss new and evolving therapeutic advances in the treatment of osteoarthritis and the latest advances in diagnosing and managing prosthetic joint infection.
The ACR/ARP Annual Meeting for the first time will offer short sessions on the three busiest days of the meeting that will summarize the key developments from that day’s educational sessions and abstract presentations.
This year’s special Clinicopathologic Conference session, CPC: Lupus or Felis?, will showcase a complex case of what initially appeared to be systemic lupus erythematosus, but upon further testing was revealed to be another disease.
Leadership coach Sara Melita created a series of sessions to help attendees refocus their priorities, think about goals, and identify strategies to promote wellbeing. It’s part of an expanded set of offerings focused on professional development.
In a continuing effort to improve care of lupus patients during their reproductive years, three experts during a Sunday session will discuss these issues and offer practical strategies to help clinicians feel more comfortable with reproductive health management.
Annual Meeting attendees looking for a learning opportunity that exchanges the ubiquitous podium presentation for more engaging, conversational-style learning should take advantage of the In the Rheum sessions on this year’s schedule.
Basic discoveries about scleroderma are starting to open pathways leading to novel treatments, starting with the approval of nintedanib for the treatment of scleroderma associated interstitial lung disease earlier in 2019.