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New ACR podcast discusses all things rheumatology


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Practice management issues. Clinical research. Legislative policies. Patient care. These are just a few of the topics that ACR on Air, the official podcast of the American College of Rheumatology, is tackling. Every third Tuesday of the month, listeners can expect engaging interviews and commentary with leading rheumatologists and rheumatology professionals.

“Our goal is to offer ACR members and the rheumatology community at large, thought-provoking and quality content they can consistently access on the go,” said podcast host Jonathan Hausmann, MD, a pediatric and adult rheumatologist at Boston Children’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Listen to all episodes at or on your favorite listening platform, and don’t forget to download, subscribe, and rate.

Clinical Decision Resources at Your Fingertips

The ACR recently introduced its Guideline & Criteria App — the go-to mobile tool for clinicians for the implementation of both guideline recommendations and criteria sets into practice.

The app features interactive tools to inform treatment decisions at the point of careas well as full text of guideline recommendations, such as those for the treatment of GIOP, JIA and JIA-associated uveitis, perioperative management, PsA, and RA, as well as several classification criteria sets, including gout, myositis, RA, and others.

“The ACR Guideline and Criteria App is yet another resource busy clinicians caring for patients with rheumatic diseases can add to their decision-support toolkit,” notes Liron Caplan, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine/rheumatology, Rocky Mountain Regional Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and ACR Practice Guidelines Subcommittee chair. “Our goal is to keep the app relevant and as up to date as possible, so each time a new or updated guideline or criteria set is introduced, the app will quickly reflect the fresh content.”

The app is free and available in the App Store and Google Play.App support provided by Genentech, Inc., and UCB, Inc.

Download the ACR Publications App

Search “ACR Publications” in the Apple App Store or Google Play to download the new ACR Publications App! Members can login through the ACR Publications App for complete access to the full text of all articles published in Arthritis & Rheumatology (A&R) and Arthritis Care & Research (AC&R).

In addition, both members and nonmembers can access A&R and AC&R article abstracts, full text of articles published more than one year ago, select open-access articles published recently, as well as all issues of ACR Open Rheumatology (ACROR) and The Rheumatologist.

Save your favorite articles for quick and easy access, including offline, share articles with colleagues or students, and utilize the full-screen figure and table viewer. The ACR Publications App offers an entirely new browsing and reading experience and the opportunity to better keep up to date with the most important developments in rheumatology research and practice.

Also, be sure to follow @ACR_Journalson Twitter to engage with our A&R, AC&R, and ACROR editors and authors, enjoy special features, and stay up to date with first looks at accepted content.