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Textbook Resources

There are several rheumatology textbooks that the fellow can learn from. 

Traditionally, we recommended “Koopman’s: Arthritis and Allied Conditions”.

Other highly suggested textbooks:

Kelley’s Textbook of Rheumatology 10th edition

Rheumatology, 6th Edition, Hochberg Textbook of rheumatology

Primer of Rheumatic Disease, 13th Edition Comprehensive guide to rheumatic disease 

The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Resources

The ACR has various resource and tools for the training rheumatologist including:

The ACR compiled a list of updated publications and news on their website (Publications - Communications)

Up-To-Date

An educational program for the ACR that is an evidence-based, peer-reviewed medical information resource designed to provide clinical decision support from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. It is also available via EPIC

CARE (ACR) Preparatory question bank for the Rheumatology Boards - Subscription Fee 

Preparatory question bank for the Rheumatology Boards

Rheumatology Image Bank

Image Library of Rheumatology Conditions and Diaganoses

Rheum2Learn

Web-based educational module for Self-study

High Impact Rheumatology

Educates primary care physicians about Rheumatology Basics

Recorded Sessions from ACR conference

Access to recorded sessions from the annual ACR Conference (Start Nov 2017)

ACR Webinars

Webinars delivered by experts in rheumatology

Resource Links

Medhub

AMION

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Internal Medicine Residency Program

American Board of Internal Medicine

American College of Rheumatology

Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education

ERAS Fellowship Application Site

National Resident Matching Program

All fellows in the program will have access to the NYS library and its broad range of available medical journals. 

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