Rheumatology Update Europe 2024
Amsterdam & Virtual, 1 – 2 March, 2024
Novel developments and cutting-edge expert study summaries from the past year!
Bimba Hoyer (Germany)
Xavier Mariette (France)
Diane van der Woude (The Netherlands)
- Treatment of pre-RA / arthralgia
- Novel therapeutic agents
- Latest insights into pathophysiology and autoantibody biology
Laura Coates (UK)
Britta Maurer (Switzerland)
Giovanni Adami (Italy)
Benjamin Terrier (France)
Christian Dejaco (Italy)
Uta Kiltz (Germany)
- Clinical presentation
- Imaging in SpA
- Treatment with focus on new advances
- Aspects of care
Cristina Ponte (Portugal)
Gülen Hatemi (Turkey)
Yannick Allanore (France)
Antonella Notarnicola (Sweden)
Martin Aringer (Germany
Ulrich Scherer, Leiden University Medical Center
Scientific Board & Speakers
Diane van der Woude
••• Times TBC ••• Capillary Microscopy Course at Rheumatology Update Europe 2024
Capillary microscopy of the nail fold is a simple and non-invasive method for diagnosing and assessing the course of microvascular changes in collagenoses and other diseases. It is part of the specialist training in rheumatology and angiology.
The course provides theoretical and practical basic knowledge on the indication and implementation of capillary microscopy as well as on the interpretation of the examination results. In addition to normal findings, the typical capillary microscopic findings in systemic sclerosis and other collagenoses are to be learned and their recognition practiced.
In addition, current scientific backgrounds and other diagnostic aspects from the field of microangiopathies are explained.
An essential part of the course is the practical exercise on patients with pathological capillary microscopic patterns.
The course concludes with an exam that focuses on the diagnosis of capillary microscopic images.
Registration fee includes
Participation in all scientific lectures
Many opportunities to interact with the faculty in speaker’s corners and via livechat
Seminar compendium to download
Only recent, international and peer-reviewed studies will be presented
Something that lasts…
If you missed the Rheumatology Update Europe view lectures on-demand here!
Just create an account on streamedup (you must provide proof of medical profession) and click on the video you would like to watch. All registered participants from this past year should have received their free code to view all on-demand content at no cost.
videos on demand
Share your work…
The Rheumatology Update Europe gives young rheumatologists, and experienced ones, an excellent opportunity to present their recent research to an interested and knowledgeable audience.
AMSTERDAM - Congress Location
Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)
1092 AD Amsterdam
How to get to the meeting:
Located in the centre of Amsterdam, the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) is an independent centre of expertise, education and hospitality dedicated to sustainable development.
The KIT is just a 15 minute taxi drive from the Amsterdam Central Train Station, or 20 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
There are currently no parking spaces available at the location itself. However, it is possible to park at Q park Oosterpark or at the parking spaces of Artis. Moreover, many times in the area of KIT, at the Linneausstraat, enough on-street parking places are available as well.
Alternative parking options in the vicinity can be find here:
There are various Park & Ride locations around the city. KIT can be reached by tram 7, 14 and 19.
We are very much looking forward to having a face-to-face meeting and are working closely with the venue to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for all delegates. You can be assured that all Covid-19 regulations and safety measures will be adhered to, with proof of vaccination, masks commandment and distancing requirements being upheld.
We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!