How to elevate concerns of bias or inappropriate behavior: Ombudsperson, Deans GME & Graduate/Postdocs, Academic Affairs, Human Resources
How to submit abstracts of papers for inclusion in the program.
The deadline for abstract submissions is Midnight EST, June 30, 2020 — no exceptions.
Who is allowed to submit?
At least one co-author must be a member of the SSA and serve as the corresponding author who is responsible for notifying the other co-authors of the Program Committee’s decision.
Who is allowed to present a paper?
Only members will be allowed to present papers unless consideration is requested by a member co-author and permission granted by the Program Committee. Up to seven (7) non-members may be allowed to present papers. This determination will be made immediately after abstracts are selected by the Program Committee. Non-member presenter status will not be granted for trainees. Any non-member, including a trainee, may close the discussion, however.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We welcome the submission of your abstract for the 2021 ASRM Annual Meeting. Please visit the abstract submission site below for instructions and details.
Abstract Submission Deadline / Sunday, July 12, 2020 11:59pm CDT
Future Meeting Dates
2022 ASRM Annual Meeting
January 15-18, 2022
Omni La Costa Resort & Spa
2023 ASRM Annual Meeting
January 20-24, 2023
JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort and Spa
Join us Monday, July 27 at 5PM PST (8PM EST) to learn about the Department of Surgery at Stanford University and our residency programs. This one-hour program offers attendees the opportunity to hear from our Department Chair, Vice Chair of Education, and Residency Program Directors. Register here!
Denise Pines, president of the Medical Board of California, speaks as part of our cultural competency curriculum.
Leslie Chin, MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business is coming to discuss responding to being called out for bias. This will be the fifth and final course in the Department’s inaugural cultural competency lecture series.