Do you have an idea for a workshop that could enrich the 2022 annual meeting? A variety of different workshops have been offered in years past during the annual meeting. This year, we are considering workshop proposals for both the in-person component as well as the virtual component to the annual meeting.

Proposals should be submitted through this google form.

You will be asked to provide the following information,

  • title of workshop and the contact information for the organizer(s)
  • budget
  • sponsorship
  • description of the workshop (short 25-word description and a 300-word description)
  • participants and target audience
  • scheduling

Information Regarding Financial Support for Workshops

A small amount of competitively awarded funding is available to help defray the costs of events sponsored by AAPA committees. Costs may include speaker travel and honoraria costs. Requests may also include costs to extend the reach of scientific sessions through electronic/virtual technologies or other means. The following costs will NOT be considered:

  • Catering and reception
  • Student or member travel, lodging, and/or registration for the meetings. Students should be encouraged to apply for the Politzer Student Travel Awards.

Applicants should justify their funding requests in terms of the value that will be added to the event. Typical awards are anticipated to be in the range of $1500-$2000.

If you have questions or need additional information, please email Vice President Leslea Hlusko.

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