Join the 1,000 delegates who have registered for Rheumatology 2014

The British Society for Rheumatology are delighted that so many delegates will join them for Rheumatology 2014’s cutting-edge educational opportunities, specialist sessions and invaluable networking opportunities. The conference offers eight topic streams over three days with leading experts in Sjorgen’s syndrome, RA, OA, osteoporosis and fibromyalgia, and there will be a number of ARMA members exhibiting. Places for the conference are still available, please book online.

 

Rheum-mate wanted: tweet at Rheumatology 2014

Apply now to be a guest tweeter for the British Society for Rheumatology at Rheumatology 2014 and report live from the conference to our 1,200 followers.

Last year BSR trended in Birmingham, can you help them this year in Liverpool? The guest tweeter will be given free registration for the full conference. Applications will close on 31 March.

 

New Editor of Rheumatology

An anniversary issue of the Rheumatology journal and a podcast are now available to celebrate Professor Robert Moots’ time as editor for Rheumatology. The British Society for Rheumatology thanks Professor Moots for all his hard work and the significant contribution he has made to the journal over the past five years.

As Professor Robert Moots steps down as editor of Rheumatology, Professor Jaap van Laar will take up the reigns. Professor van Laar is the head of the department of rheumatology and clinical immunology at the University Medical Centre Utrecht, The Netherlands.  He is the journal’s first international editor and has worked all over the world, from Newcastle to the United States.

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