The RNS is a society including registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice providers (APPs)—which includes nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs).

Learning Center

1.0-hour CME/CE Online Program
What does a national survey of rheumatologists and dermatologists tell us about psoriatic arthritis (PsA) care, and how can we improve? In 2018, a...
3.30 CNE / 2.50 Pharm
Course Summary This issue of Rheumatology Nurse Practice will explore the growing base of knowledge regarding the pathophysiology of RA and how new agents...
Up to 1.5 CNE Contact Hours
The Rheumatology Nurses Society and Haymarket Medical Education present: Immunotherapy-Induced Rheumatic Diseases: Managing the Intersection of Rheumatology and Oncology Instructions To obtain credit, a...
3.10 CNE / 2.50 Pharm
The Importance of Assessing Disease Activity in PsA: A Look at Our Options TARGET AUDIENCE This activity has been designed to meet the educational...

Upcoming Events

Join us for year-round rheumatology events! At every event, you will gain a deeper awareness about the intricacies of rheumatology, connect with leading healthcare professionals from around the country, and engage in quality evidence-based education. We believe in helping others succeed in the field of rheumatology, which is why we have partnered with multiple foundations and organizations to share what they are doing. Look through our events today to find one that fits you!

Recent Posts

RNS Member Karen McKerihan attends NICA’s Inaugural Annual Conference

A post by Karen McKerihan I am a nurse practitioner (NP) and Director of Infusion Services for a large rheumatology practice in South Carolina. I […]
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The Patient Perspective: The Benefits of Participating in a Clinical Trial | Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)

It started with one pill a day, then two, and then four. That was followed by a series of injections. And on and on, still […]
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Dealing with the Unique Challenges of the “Have Nots” | Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

In the United States, those of us who work as healthcare providers often struggle with the realities of the “haves” vs. the “have nots.” The […]
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