Over the last two years, putting the health and safety of everyone first, the Foundation is continuing to host virtual conferences.
Moving forward, we are looking to be able to provide both live and virtual opportunities in the future.
One Day Conferences
Childhood Sjögren's Conference
The Sjögren’s Foundation is proud to offer a one-day virtual conference created especially for families of children living with Sjögren’s. Experts from across the country will be with us to discuss both foundational and emerging topics related to Sjögren’s in children.
Fall One Day Conference
Or join the Sjögren’s Foundation for a one-day Sjögren’s patient conference. Sjögren's is not the same for every patient which is why educating yourself is so important. This one-day educational experience will help you take control of your health while you learn how to manage and understand your Sjögren’s symptoms and complications from leading Sjögren’s experts.
Information on upcoming One-Day Conferences coming soon.
National Patient Conference
Each year, the Sjögren's Foundation holds a National Patient Conference in support of patients nationwide. The two-day conference is designed for Sjögren's patients, caregivers, and family members to learn how to best take control of their disease and manage their overall health and day-to-day living. The Conference focuses on educating Sjögren's patients and attendees who will learn from the country’s leading healthcare professionals, thought leaders and Sjögren's experts – physicians, dentists, eye care providers, and researchers. The speakers will discuss Sjögren's as it applies to their respected disciplines, the many manifestations of Sjögren’s, best management practices for the disease and the various treatments that are available.
In addition, patients can visit and learn from our exhibitors and sponsors who also educate them on the various medications and over-the-counter treatment options for Sjögren’s and its symptoms. The conference is also an excellent opportunity for fellow Sjögren's patients to meet and recognize that they are not alone in their fight with this life-altering disease.