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The British Society for Rheumatology Annual Conference

The UK’s leading rheumatology conference is a fantastic three day event which will be taking place on 30 April - 2 May 2019 in Birmingham. 

Here's some top reasons to get your place booked:

  •  Join over 2000 delegates at the UK's biggest rheumatology conference designed for the entire multi-disciplinary team
  • Learn from experts in the field about the latest developments in rheumatology and expand your knowledge
  • Experience three days of cutting edge research, unrivalled networking, plus posters, symposia, exhibition and more
  • Wind down with colleagues over drinks, nibbles and live entertainment at a number of our free to attend social events
  • Earn up to 18 CPD credits

Find more information and register here.

Location: Birmingham, UK

The UK’s leading rheumatology conference is a fantastic three day event which will be taking place on 30 April - 2 May 2019 in Birmingham.   Here's some top reasons to get your place booked:

 Join over 2000 delegates at the UK's biggest rheumatology conference designed for the entire multi-disciplinary team
Learn from experts in the field about the latest developments in rheumatology and expand your knowledge
Experience three days of cutting edge research, unrivalled networking, plus posters, symposia, exhibition and more
Wind down with colleagues over drinks, nibbles and live entertainment at a number of our free to attend social events
Earn up to 18 CPD credits

Find more information and register here.

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