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#ACR24 Call for Social Media Ambassadors


The ACR Social Media Ambassador program is designed to help elevate the social media conversation surrounding ACR Convergence 2024, to be held November 14-19 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Individuals who are active on X (formerly Twitter) and excited to showcase the 2024 meeting should apply to serve as a Social Media Ambassador. NEW THIS YEAR: Social Media Ambassadors will be expected to attend the meeting in person in Washington, D.C.


Deadline: June 18, noon ET


Social Media Ambassador Application

Follow ACR on Social Media

Share your opinions with while getting peer-reviewed journal articles, updates on CME opportunities, practice resources, healthcare policy news, and more in real-time! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to access shareable videos from the ACR such as Town Hall recordings, messages from ACR leadership, and our whiteboard videos on rheumatology.

ACR Twitter ACR Facebook ACR LinkedIn ACR YouTube ACR Instagram

Follow Simple Tasks on Social Media

Our Simple Tasks channels are geared toward patients and persons interested in learning more about rheumatic disease. The content focuses on rheumatic disease resources, patient fact sheets, general health articles, articles from the Simple Tasks blog, patient testimonials, updates on advocacy issues, and ways to get involved.

Simple Tasks Twitter Simple Tasks Facebook Simple Tasks YouTube

Follow ACR Journals on Social Media

View information about newly published articles from the ACR's three research journals, Arthritis & Rheumatology, Arthritis Care & Research, and ACR Open Rheumatology, as well as links to recently accepted and early view articles.

ACR Journals Twitter ACR Journals Instagram

Follow ACR Advocacy on Social Media

There is so much to cover when it comes to how policy in regulations, legislation, and insurance plans affect rheumatology patients and providers. Get the latest from ACR advocacy on what is happening from D.C. to your state house, and how you can get involved. We want to hear from you! Tag @ACRheumDC or send a direct message to the ACR’s advocacy team with the policies that would most improve your work, the field of rheumatology, and healthcare outcomes.

ACR Advocacy Twitter

Meet the #ACR23 Social Media Ambassadors

The ACR recruited rheumatology social media influencers to help build awareness of ACR Convergence 2023 while increasing engagement among members of the global rheumatology community. Follow the ambassadors (#ACRambassador) at their X (formerly Twitter) handles below, and don’t forget to use #ACR23 on social media.

#ACR23 Social Media Ambassadors

Alessia Alunno, MD, PhD

Christian Ammitzbøll, MD, PhD

Tanmayee Bichile, MD

Nidrit Bohra, MD

Ertugrul Cagri Bolek, MD, MSc

Kunal Chandwar, MD, DM

Caoilfhionn Connolly, MD, MSc

Cheryl Crow, OT

H. Berk Degirmenci, MD

Omar Dhrif, MD

Mariana Gonzalez-Treviño, MD

Latika Gupta, MD, DM

Hala Fadhil, MBChB

Shinji Izuka, MD

Mahmut Kaymakci, MD

Aakanksha Khanna, MD

Max Konig, MD

Tue Kragstrup, MD, PhD

Ashima Makol, MBBS, MD

Arthur Mandelin, MD, PhD, RhMSUS, RMSK

Jose A. Meade-Aguilar, MD

Pankti Mehta, MD

Puja Mehta, MD

Prakashini Mruthyunjaya, MD

Debaditya Roy, MD

Vaneet Sandhu, MD, FACR, RhMSUS

Didem Saygin, MD

Cristiana Sieiro Santos, MD

Herman Tam, MBBS, MSc

Donald Thomas, MD, FACP, FACR, RhMSUS

Lisa Traboco, MD

Erin Treemarcki, DO

Natasha Trehan, BSc

Anne Margrethe Troldborg, MD, PhD

Mariana Vanoye Tamez, MD

Kristen Young, DO

Nelly Ziade, MD, PhD, FRCP

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