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Lupus: Advancements in Management, Treatment and Research Conference 2012

Hilton Mpls.-St. Paul Airport/ Mall of America

3800 American Blvd E, Bloomington, MN 55425, USA

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Event Description

Lupus: Advancements in Treatment, Management and Research Conference will bring together leading experts aimed at sharing advancements and expanding your knowledge about the status of lupus management, treatment and research today.

Nationally recognized keynote speakers, physicians, clinical researchers and a wide array of interdisciplinary professionals will provide up-to-date information on research developments, treatments, innovations in management, and psychosocial approaches to lupus today through lecture formats, case presentations and seminars. 

Conference goals are to:
* Increase knowledge and improve performance that enhances the health of the lupus population 
* Promote discussion and dialogue on key clinical, treatment and healthcare issues 
* Increase and strengthen medical and research knowledge 
* Provide a multi-disciplinary dialog focused on improving coordination of care and communication between providers and patients

Whether you are a medical or research professional, caregiver or individual who is impacted by lupus, this conference will provide you with a unique opportunity to convene and interact together in one venue in order to provide a comprehensive and collaborative educational opportunity focused entirely on the current state of lupus today.

This live activity has been approved for AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT™. Determination of exact number of credits is pending.

 

ADDITIONAL CONFERENCE DETAILS

Complete conference agenda, hotel discounts, vendor and support opportunities, speakers bios, and more information can be found on the Lupus Foundation of Minnesota website. Contact LFM at 952-746-5151 or 800-645-1131 with any further questions or concerns.

December 15th, 2012
8:00 am –  4:30 pm