AAPA 2022 INDIANA: CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS--DEADLINE JULY 31, 2021
AAPA 2022 Call for Presentations
Want to present a CME session at AAPA 2022 and become a recognized expert within the PA community? Complete the 2022 Call for Presentations application and share your knowledge!
When you apply, you’ll be considered for inclusion in the CME agenda of AAPA 2022 in Indianapolis, Saturday, May 21 – Wednesday, May 25.
To ensure that a balanced conference CME program is offered, all submissions are reviewed and evaluated by a committee of your peers. The evaluation process is competitive – less than half of all submissions will be accepted.
If your presentation is selected, you will be informed in early 2022.
- Offer interactive case studies in your area of expertise
- Provide clinical pearls on a topic you’re passionate about
- Discuss the latest cutting-edge procedures or treatment options
- Provide a thorough review for individuals preparing for the certification or recertification process
Benefits of Being an AAPA Conference CME Speaker
- Share your expertise with peers from across the country
- Enhance your professional standing and add to your curriculum vitae
- Elevate your speaking expertise from a statewide to a national audience
- Network and make connections within the PA community
- All PAs on the agenda must be current members of AAPA at the time of participation and must register for AAPA 2022.
- CME is scheduled each day of AAPA 2022 (Saturday through Wednesday). Please do not submit a proposal unless you are able to appear on any day of the conference.
- All submissions must be completed online by July 31, 2021. Early, thorough, complete submissions are encouraged.
- Sales pitches for products or services disguised as CME proposals will be eliminated.
- Presentations are usually 60 minutes with the last few minutes left for question and answer.
- Audiences range in size from 50 to 3,500.
- All primary presenters receive compensation based upon meeting the published deadlines for the conference. Travel, housing, and additional expenses must be covered by the payment provided. Co-presenters do not receive compensation.