Proposal Submission

CALL FOR PROPOSALS has been closed as of January 20, 2017.

2017 Annual Scientific Meeting
American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
October 26-30, Boston, Massachusetts

Precision Medicine in Allergy Practice: A Rich History. A Strong Future.

The landscape of medicine is changing.
What impact will that have on our profession and our patients?
What do we need to know in order to navigate those changes?
What guidance and pragmatic tools are needed to not only survive,
but thrive in the practice of allergy and immunology?
We are looking for proposals that echo the meeting theme: Precision Medicine in Allergy Practice: A Rich History. A Strong Future.
The future of medicine is all about precision. And we’re on a path, constantly surging forward while still reflecting on the people and treatments that brought us here. 

So: What tools do we need to stay on the leading edge? How can we continue to provide optimum patient care?

We’re looking for proposals that echo our meeting theme: Precision Medicine in Allergy Practice: A Rich History. A Strong Future. 

  1. Overall session title, description and at least one learning objective per presentation
  2. Individual presentation titles and suggested presenters for general sessions (Thursday Program, Literature Review, Plenary Sessions, Symposia, Pro/Con Debates, Office Administrators Practice Management Course, Advanced Practice Health Care Providers Course and Allied Health Professionals Course)
  3. Session type and track (view list)
  4. Name and email of suggested presenters
  5. Disclosure of relevant financial relationships
Deadline for submissions: January 20, 2017
Notifications/Invitations: April 2017

Submitted proposals are reviewed by track in keeping with the overall theme of the meeting. The proposals are vetted at several levels and final selection is based on Program Committee consensus. The Program Committee may accept proposals as submitted and/or revise various aspects of proposals (title, learning objectives, format, etc.).

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