The Syrian Association for Rheumatology

International Events

39th Korean College of Rheumatology, Annual Scientific Meeting and 13th International Symposium

The congress is jointly organized by the Asia Pacific League of Associations for Rheumatology (APLAR) and the Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA) from 8-11 April, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia.  APLAR-ARA 2019 will provide clinical information and be a forum for the exchange of cutting-edge scientific research.

The congress will facilitate the networking of industry specialists and professionals from around the globe through a comprehensive and innovative program including scientific sessions, special interest groups, industry symposia and an exhibition where the latest industry advances can be discussed with senior representatives from a variety of organizations.

Now on its 8th year, ADARRC has grown year on year since its inception in 2011 and has become a one-stop shop for practitioners of Rheumatology and related fields. ADARRC brings together unmissable and published experts in Adult and Pediatric Rheumatology to share their latest insights, research findings and case studies through an intensive series of lectures and workshops. It also provide a platform for delegates to interact and exchange ideas and discuss key questions important to clinical practice with key leaders in the field.

The 20th APLAR Congress will be held from 6-9 September 2018 at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre, Taiwan. APLAR 2018 will provide clinical information and be a forum for the exchange of cutting-edge scientific research. We invite delegates who are seeking to network with their peers and navigate the various challenges facing them in refining the health outcomes for patients with rheumatological conditions across the region.

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The Arab League Against Rheumatism (ARLAR) held its Congress in Muscat (OMAN) from 23rd to 25th February 2018.
Prominent guests speakers from Arab countries as well as international speakers covered most topics in rheumatology. The event was attended by Arabic and International rheumatologists.