EULAR Scientific Endorsement:
Rheumatology courses and meetings
In addition to its own, branded educational programme, EULAR invites other courses and scientific meetings in the field of rheumatology to apply for EULAR scientific endorsement.
EULAR views scientific endorsement as an opportunity to positively influence the quality of rheumatology training in Europe, which is in line with our longer-term goals. Quality control associated with EULAR scientific endorsement focuses on the proposed content and faculty as well as on evaluation of these courses or meetings.
Please note the additional requirements for MSUS courses, should they apply.
Regular courses and meetings
Course on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
European Workshop for Rheumatology Research (EWRR)
OMERACT 2016 (Outcome Measures in Rheumatology)
Click here for 2018 EULAR Endorsed courses and meetings
General guidelines for course organisers applying for EULAR Scientific Endorsement
EULAR has established general guidelines for organisers of courses and scientific meetings who wish to apply for EULAR scientific endorsement.
Read general guidelines
Specific guidelines for international MSUS course organisers applying for EULAR endorsement
Application form for EULAR endorsment of MSUS courses
The application form needs to be fully completed and sent to:
Application deadlines are:
31 January, 15 May and 15 July each year