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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are delighted to welcome you to the 9th Annual Meeting of The Lupus Academy and hope you will find it a rich, engaging, informative and rewarding environment in which you can develop both your knowledge of and your practical abilities for managing lupus.

The Lupus Academy is committed to continuing the development of high-quality educational programmes, focused on providing insightful and clinically relevant content through both live meetings and eLearning environments. With this, we aim to support you as you strive to provide optimal patient care and improve patient outcomes in lupus.

This Virtual Annual Meeting aims to provide latest insights into advances in global research and clinical practice in lupus and allied diseases. Delegate feedback from our previous annual meetings continues to guide us in selecting the topics and speakers you need to ensure translation of treatment advances into your clinical practice. This meeting has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM.

The scientific component of this programme, developed by our Steering Committee of 12 international experts in lupus, is designed to create a highly interactive forum through which we can all develop a logical approach to the management of lupus worldwide. This virtual meeting will give you the opportunity to engage with like-minded clinicians and scientists, share clinical and scientific experience, and continue to develop your knowledge in this fast-moving therapeutic area.

We sincerely hope that this meeting will provide you with new ideas for your clinical work, enriched enthusiasm for collaborative research, and fruitful discussions with your colleagues who care for patients with lupus.

We look forward to meeting and talking with you online, September 11–13, 2020.

With kind regards,