Thank you to everyone who supported the 2022 ORA Annual Scientific Meeting. See you next year, May 26-28, 2023!

 

News & Updates

ORADE Grants Are Back!

October 03, 2022


New Biosimilar Fact Sheet Now Available!

September 28, 2022


Sad News About the Passing of Dr. Vincent Mak

August 05, 2022


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Within the ORA

July 28, 2022


Updated ORA Position Statement: Biosimilar Switching

June 23, 2022


Greetings From the New ORA President!

June 06, 2022


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Interested in Supervising an International Rheumatology Graduate Student?

More information, including a guideline document on how to become licensed in Ontario, is available via this link: International Rheumatology Graduates

Contact Sandy Kennedy for more information: skennedy@ontariorheum.ca

Upcoming Workshops by the Emerging Rheumatologists of Ontario Committee

Ongoing

Thank you for attending the November 25 Money Matters - Financial Wellness for Doctors workshop. Stay tuned for updates on future workshops.

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Emerging Rheumatologists of Ontario (ERO)
Peer Mentor Forum

Assisting emerging rheumatologists post residency and beginning their practices.

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2022 Corporate Sponsors

The ORA would like to thank the following Corporate Sponsors for their generous support
this year. We are most appreciative!

Our Diamond level sponsors:

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Our Mission & Vision

Representing Ontario Rheumatologists and promoting their pursuit of excellence through: Leadership, Advocacy, Research & Education and Communications.

Ontario Rheumatology Association's Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Ontario Rheumatology Association is committed to the principle of respectful inclusion and diversity. This commitment recognizes the fundamental dignity, worth, and rights of all individuals to live freely and in peace.

Promoting equity enriches our professional community by cultivating diverse ideas and perspectives, supporting social accountability, and allowing us to better reflect the communities we serve. In turn, our patients benefit from advocacy, allyship, and cultural competence and awareness in their healthcare.

We recognize that this commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is more than an expression of our values above, but an ongoing and active endeavour.

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Career and training opportunities for rheumatologists, residents, and medical students in Ontario. An initiative of the Ontario Rheumatology Association (ORA).

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