2020 Joint AAPM/COMP Meeting (Vancouver, BC • July 12 - 16, 2020) Request for Proposals (RFP) for Symposia
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The Program Directors would like your input on possible Symposia and Educational Courses for our 2020 meeting in Vancouver, BC.
Please note that the proposed idea may be used without having you organize the session.
Please note that all proposals are subject to review and final decision by the AAPM Annual Meeting Subcommittee.

DEADLINE: September 27, 2019
Meeting Tracks:

Scientific Symposia - A scientific symposium is a topical session focusing on a current topic related to pioneering or state-of-the-art research and development of medical physics

Educational Symposia - An education course or symposium is a topical session focusing on a current topic which may include foundational medical physics principles, clinically relevant practice updates, and emerging technologies.

Professional Symposia - Professional symposia explore a broad range of topics including but not limited to leadership, operational practices, diversity, teaching practices, current and future work force needs and career development. 

The organizing committee may choose to designate any invited symposium to be a SAM session. (SAM: Self-assessment module) 
Preferred Type of Session:
Possible Session Title:
Short Description of Topic/Contents (Max length 250 words)
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Possible Lead Speakers and/or Moderators
Limit to 3 or 4 speakers.
  • AAPM or COMP members preferred, where feasible. No more than one non-AAPM or non-COMP member speaker. Exceptions must be coordinated with the Program Director/Co-Director. Non-AAPM/Non-COMP speakers should present for at least 30 minutes.
  • Please indicate whether each person is an AAPM or COMP member and include contact information for non-members.
  • Preference is for symposia/courses with no more than one speaker from a given institution. Exceptions must be coordinated with the Program Director/Co-Director.
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Vendor-marketed technology related to your session:
Submitter's Contact Information
Have you ever organized a session at an AAPM or COMP meeting?
Is this session proposed by a formal AAPM group (subcommittee, task group etc)?