Top Benefits of Attending ACPA’s Virtual Meeting

Alyssa KirkmanACPA Online Community

ACPA’s 78th Annual Meeting will be held virtually April 28–May 1, 2021. The virtual meeting will be highly interactive and have a similar feel to the in-person meeting. It will include both live and recorded sessions, while incorporating many aspects of the meeting that have been traditionally valued such as specialty sessions, posters, panel presentations and short courses. In addition to increased accessibility for all ACPA members from across the globe to join, other benefits to the virtual meeting include:

Flexibility and Convenience: Access content from anywhere, even the comfort of your couch. You can tailor the schedule to fit your daily needs as content will be available on-demand.

Networking: Every year, more than 800 professionals in the cleft and craniofacial field gather at ACPA’s Annual Meeting. This year with increased accessibility, attendees will have the chance to connect with even more colleagues from across the world. You’ll have instant access to fellow attendees, as well as speakers and exhibitors, with the click of a button.

Continuing Education: As always, ACCME, ASHA and nursing continuing education will be offered at the meeting. More information on continuing education credits will be available prior to the meeting.

ACPA’s Annual Meeting has long been the meeting for cleft and craniofacial professionals. Make sure to submit your abstract by September 1, 2020. We look forward to seeing you there!