2020 ACOG Annual Meeting Call for Proposals

December 27, 2018 9:21 AM | Anonymous

December 27, 2018, ACOG  

The Committee on Scientific Program and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists are pleased to announce the call for session proposals for the 2020 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting in Seattle, WA, April 24 - 27, 2020.

Since ACOG's last call for session proposals closed in January 2018, innovations and advances in obstetrics and gynecology continue to be made. This year's call provides you with a great opportunity to contribute to dynamic, cutting-edge conversations and help the coming year's meeting cover the field's best emerging ideas and most important issues.

The Committee on Scientific Program will review these proposals for the 2020 Annual Meeting at their upcoming January meeting.

If you are presenting a course at the 2019 Annual Meeting, you DO NOT need to resubmit a proposal. All course evaluations are reviewed after the Annual Meeting and the committee will determine whether the course will be repeated for the 2020 Annual Meeting. 

Deadline: Monday, January 14, 2019

Please contact us at abstracts@acog.org with any questions.

Session Types

Clinical Seminars
These 45-minute sessions are interactive lectures on topics of special interest with a course director leading the discussion.

These 45-minute sessions are comprised of three 10-minute segments. Each speaker presents a concise lecture about a topic that is relevant to Ob-Gyn health care professionals. After each 10-minute lecture, a question/answer period follows to address questions from the audience.

Hands-On Courses
These three- and six-hour courses provide a didactic and interactive (hands-on) component so participants can further immerse themselves in learning. 

Lunch Conversations
Subjects of special interest will be the focus of these small group discussions. Each group is limited to nine attendees in addition to the discussion leader.

Postgraduate Courses
Clinically oriented three- and six-hour courses taught by leading experts in the field. Because learner participation is a valued part of each course, opportunities for interaction between participants and faculty are built into the program.

Surgical Tutorials
These tutorials will incorporate the use of slides, video, case-based formats, and interactive demonstrations.

Trifecta Clinical Seminars
Three clinical seminars in one room. Similar topic, three presentations with the opportunity to listen to one and watch all three.

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