|Wednesday, May 10, 2023||Session Proposal Submission Open|
|Sunday, June 25, 2023||Session Proposal Submission Deadline|
|Monday, July 24, 2023||Session Proposal Acceptance/Rejection Notification Sent to Submitters|
|Wednesday, July 26, 2023||Acknowledgement of Session Proposal Acceptance and COI Form Due from Submitters|
|Tuesday, August 1, 2023||Speaker Invitations Sent by ACNS Staff|
|Thursday, August 10, 2023||Speaker Invitation Response, COI Form, Bio and Photo Due|
|Monday, January 29, 2024||Final Slides Due from Speakers for CME Review if Selected for On-Demand Recording|
|Friday, February 23, 2024||Upload Slides for Speaker Ready Room|
The American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS) Program Committee seeks proposals for Scientific Symposia, Clinical Symposia and Workshops for the 2024 Annual Meeting, to be held on February 28 - March 3, 2024 in Orlando, Florida. A selection of sessions will be recorded during in-person presentation and be made available for on-demand viewing by attendees after the meeting. By submitting a proposal, you are consenting to being recorded. Selections for on-demand recordings will be made after acknowledgement of session proposal acceptances.
This activity will be planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the sponsorship of ACNS. ACNS is accredited by ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Also for your review, please familiarize yourself with the Speaker Compensation Policy before submitting your session proposal.
Speaker Compensation and Attendance Policy
The ACNS Program Committee anticipates the 2024 Annual Meeting will be held in-person in Orlando. All speakers must be present in-person; remote presentation is not permitted.
Complimentary Annual Meeting registration is available to all eligible Annual Meeting speakers. An honorarium of $200 is available to speakers who meet all deadlines set forth above and any additional deadlines set forth in the speaking invitation.
To be eligible for the compensation package above, a speaker must be giving a pre-prepared talk of 25 minutes or more. Panel discussion participants are not eligible. Session directors not also speaking in the session are not eligible.
Travel funding is not available to Annual Meeting participants.
Joint International Symposia Proposal Process
The ACNS International Relations and Program Committees are pleased to consider proposals for Joint International Symposia which should be developed by a clinical neurophysiology-related national society, federation or chapter, in cooperation with the ACNS International Relations Committee.
Proposals for Joint International Symposia may be submitted via the session proposal website, and submitters are asked to please notify International Relations Committee staff liaison Carrie Grossman (firstname.lastname@example.org) when a submission has been completed. The International Relations Committee is pleased to assist partner societies with their submissions, including pre-review and feedback.