2021 Virtual National Scleroderma Conference
July 17 & 18, 2021, for the “Virtual” National Scleroderma Conference.
Registration is now open. There are three participation categories:
- Person Living with Scleroderma $30
- General Admission $50
- Business/Academia $125
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, a virtual conference is the best option to provide access to vital scleroderma information and experts, and at the same time protect the health of individuals who have the disease and of all those who attend and support the National Scleroderma Conference.
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Programming for children who have scleroderma and their adult caregivers will take place later in the year. To receive email updates when Kids Get Scleroderma, Too! information is available, please enter your email address here.
The Foundation continues to be the best resource for information about scleroderma. A wealth of information can be found on scleroderma.org. Information requests can also be submitted by email, SFinfo@scleroderma.org, or by calling the Hope line, (800) 722-4673.
The National Conference is a special experience, particularly for first-time attendees, but also for those who return every year. The Scleroderma Foundation staff and Board of Directors values each of you very highly, and we look forward to the next opportunity to share time together in person. Thank you for your understanding.
Video recordings of presentations by scleroderma experts at prior Foundation national conferences can are posted at www.YouTube.com/sclerodermaUS.
COVID-19 information and recommendations from the Medical & Scientific Advisory Board of the Scleroderma Foundation.
The annual National Scleroderma Conference offers educational and networking opportunities for people living with scleroderma, their caregivers, family members and friends.
Workshops, panel discussions and other educational sessions are led by leading scleroderma researchers and healthcare professionals. Whether you are newly diagnosed or have had scleroderma for many years, the National Conference is a great way to learn about the disease and become connected with others that are dealing with scleroderma.
With 25 workshops, plus exhibitors and the chance to meet other individuals affected by scleroderma and caregivers, the weekend’s activities offer an excellent opportunity for attendees.
Name Change. The conference name has changed from National Patient Education Conference to National Scleroderma Conference for two main reasons. The first is that the Foundation is changing the way it refers to individuals who have scleroderma because that’s what they are, individuals; their identity is not “patient.” Secondly, the conference is so much more than education, as vital as that is to attendees, the conference is also an essential opportunity to connect with others who have the disease. We hope that you understand and appreciate the decision to change the conference name for these reasons.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Support from our corporate sponsors and donors helps reduce the cost for conference attendees.