Raising awareness of high-quality Rheumatology practice to empower Rheumatologists in the Arab world to excel in their specialty

Date:  3-7 March 2021

ArLAR21 Jordan e-Congress

Official languages: English

Dear Colleagues and Partners,

The Jordanian Society of Rheumatology-JSR is pleased to announce the upcoming “Arab League of Associations for Rheumatology-ArLAR Congress: ArLAR21 Jordan e-Congress, which will be held in conjunction with the 6th International e-Congress of the Jordanian Society of Rheumatology from 3-7 March 2021, in a virtual set-up

As you are aware, our congress was supposed to be held last year, but due to COVID-19 Pandemic, we were forced to postpone it and to cope with the virtual transformation with ArLAR College©.

The main theme of the ArLAR21 Jordan e-Congress is “Raising awareness of high-quality Rheumatology practice to empower Rheumatologists in the Arab world to excel in their specialty”. The theme reflects the growing recognition of the power and importance of exchanging cutting-edge scientific and clinical information to improve patient care. The e-Congress aims to further knowledge in the Rheumatology field, contributing significantly to a better understanding of the complexity of diseases, addressing updates in their pathogenesis and management. It presents an opportunity to listen to top speakers, network with renowned Rheumatologists from the Arab region and around the world, leading to an enhanced output of research and improved care in the field.

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The ArLAR21 Jordan e-Congress is a four-day scientific program, which will be of high interest to academicians, physicians, researchers, and others with an interest in Rheumatology, where distinguished and renowned speakers will deliver remarkable presentations, workshops, and poster sessions.

It will include:

  • ​Adult Rheumatology 2 parallel sessions

  • Pediatric Rheumatology session

  • Poster sessions

  • Post-e-Congress Abstracts Sessions.

Dr. Basel Masri                           

ArLAR President
JSR President

​President of the e-Congress   

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