With a cadre of important clinical trials underway and reams of new data being released on a monthly basis, it is both an exciting and challenging time for practicing rheumatologists in the United States. For many rheumatologists, annual meetings provide their chance to catch up on critical information they may have missed in the preceding months, although a careful, on-the-spot analysis of the clinical relevance of specific data is often difficult. Getting a true sense of how recent advances in research may translate to the clinic, however, often requires translational education from expert faculty that takes place in the weeks or months after the annual conference itself.
US-based practicing rheumatologists
This activity is sponsored by the Duke University School of Medicine and the Institute for Continuing Healthcare Education.
This activity is supported by an educational grant from Abbott and UCB.
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