Join your colleagues from around the world to discuss the latest science, research and treatment in rheumatology.
The Exhibit Hall is your place to Explore, Learn, Connect, Relax and Refuel!
Meet with over 150 exhibitors and explore the latest advances in pharmaceuticals, imaging, health information technology and more. Check out who is exhibiting.
Attend a session in the Innovation Theater to learn more about noteworthy products and/or services while enjoying light refreshments and snacks with your peers. There is no need to register, however seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
Visit ACR Career Connection in the exhibit hall to learn how we can help you search for opportunities in the field of rheumatology or provide you with access to a nationwide market of qualified rheumatology candidates.
Relax and recharge in one of the many networking areas, including the WiFi Way, Networking Lounges, Internet Centers and SessionSelect Lounge.
Need coffee or a snack? Complimentary morning and afternoon refreshment breaks will be provided in the exhibit hall daily. Also, the food court has a wide variety of options.
Discover Why You Should Exhibit in 2013!
Join the American College of Rheumatology in San Diego, CA for the premier meeting in the field of rheumatology. With over 12,500 rheumatology health professional in one venue, this is a meeting you won't want to miss.
The American College of Rheumatology's mission is advancing rheumatology.The organization represents over 8,500 rheumatologists and rheumatology health professionals around the world. The ACR offers its members the support they need to ensure that they are able to continue their innovative work by providing programs of education, research, advocacy , and practice support.
The Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals, a division of the American College of Rheumatology, is a professional membership society composed of non-physician health care professionals specializing in rheumatology, such as advanced practice nurses, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, epidemiologists, physician assistants, educators, clinicians, researchers, research coordinators and office staff.