Take control of your health by learning the most up-to-date information from the brightest minds in Sjögren's.

The SSF’s Annual National Patient Conference is the best way to learn more about Sjögren's. Over the years, these Conferences have helped thousands of patients and their family members gain a better understanding of Sjögren's while giving them an opportunity to meet fellow Sjögren's patients.

Each Conference features healthcare experts who address an array of Sjögren's topics, while also allowing time to answer your questions.

If you want to be your own best patient advocate by gaining a thorough understanding of all the key aspects of Sjögren's, then our National Patient Conference are for you!

2019 National Patient Conference 

April 5-6, 2019
Boston Area  

Presentation topics will include:

  •          • Sjögren’s Overview
  •            • Memory Problems and Sjögren’s: What you can do to help
  •            • Oral and Ocular Manifestations of Sjögren’s
  •            • Sjögren’s Clinical Trials Update
  •            • What Do the Numbers Mean? Understanding Blood Changes and Lab Results 
  •            • Living with Sjögren’s: A Patient Panel
  •            • How Sjögren’s Can Impact the Central Nervous System
  •            • Nutrition, Wellness and Autoimmune Disease
  •            • And More To Be Announced!

More information will be announced shortly and watch for your Conference brochure coming in January.

We hope to see you at our upcoming Conference! 

 


2018 National Patient Conference 

April 13-14, 2018
Hyatt Regency Aurora- Denver Conference Center
13200 East 14th Place Aurora, Colorado 

Presentation topics included:

 • Sjögren’s Overview
 • Joint Pain and Sjögren’s
 • Oral Manifestations of Sjögren’s
 • Lymphoma: Risk, Treatment and Prognosis
 • Sjögren’s and Dry Eyes: What's New?
 • How Sjögren’s Can Impact the Central Nervous System
 • Dermatological Issues and Sjögren’s

 


Thank you to our Official Registration Sponsor: 

Thank you to the following for providing unrestricted grant support: