Online Roundup and Upcoming Projects

Paul Sufka

“Life can be much broader, once you discover one simple fact, and that is that everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. Once you learn that, you’ll never be … Read More

Social Media and the Tweetups at #ACR13

Paul Sufka

I was fortunate again this year to attend my sixth American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting (ACR) in San Diego. This year was much different than every other because of the (self-imposed) stress of organizing the #ACR13 tweetups, relating to my goal of trying to spend time meeting with people at medical conferences. I want to thank everyone who attended. Every year the tweetups … Read More

An Update on Gout Management

Paul Sufka

Below is a reprint of an article I wrote for Just Joints, an online newsletter for health professionals distributed by the Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region. This article will be posted in the archives eventually, but be sure to check out the other articles in this series.  Also, be sure to check out Episode 2 of The Rheumatology Podcast, where we discuss an … Read More

The Rheumatology Podcast is Now Available

Paul Sufka

“Real Artists Ship” – Steve Jobs  “Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good” – Voltaire The Rheumatology Podcast, hosted by Michael Laccheo, Suleman Bhana, and myself  is now available on the website. Update: Now available in iTunes! We also have a Twitter feed @TheRheumPodcast that we’ll be using for updates as well. This is an initial venture into podcasting for all three of … Read More

Announcing – The Rheumatology Podcast

Paul Sufka

I’m proud to announce, that along with co-hosts Dr. Michael Laccheo and Dr. Suleman Bhana, that the inaugural episode of The Rheumatology Podcast will be released early this next week. In the first episode, we discuss a bit about who each of us are, electronic medical records, misunderstandings about rheumatology and rheumatologists, social media use in medicine, a few of our takeaways from … Read More