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ACR/ARHP 2018: Top Data and Developments

At the ACR/ARHP 2018 Annual Meeting in Chicago, that took place during October we created a survey that captured the areas of greatest excitement regarding data or developments presented during the conference.

Methodology:

  • Method: 5-minute InCrowd MicroSurvey
  • Crowds: Rheumatologists
  • Sample Size: n=71 physicians, each providing 3 separate mentions for a total of 213 unique data points
  • Fielding Period: October 24, 2018

Screening Criteria:

  • Qualified respondents are US-based Rheumatologists who:
    • Attended in-person or virtually followed the American College of Rheumatology (ACR/ARHP) Annual Meeting held between October 19-24, 2018, in Chicago, IL

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