AGS22 – Call for Proposals And Reviewers
The Annual Meeting Program Committee is soliciting proposals for the 2022 AGS Annual Scientific Meeting, which is scheduled May 12 – 14 (Pre-conference day: May 11) in Orlando, Florida. To submit a proposal, visit our online submission site.
Finalized Program Proposals are due on June 30, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern time. This is a hard deadline.
The Annual Scientific Meeting Program Committee bears final responsibility for accepting or rejecting proposals submitted for the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting Program. Submission of a proposal does not guarantee placement on the program. Additionally, the Committee reserves the right to ask that modifications be made to accepted proposals.
Session Content Reminder
Proposals containing clinical recommendations must be based on evidence that is accepted within the profession of medicine as adequate justification for their use. All scientific research referred to, reported or used in support or justification of a patient care recommendation must conform to the generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection and analysis. Presentation of clinical trial data and health services research should include a discussion of diversity in the study with a focus on race, ethnicity, and age.
Geriatric health care is interprofessional. Interprofessional continuing education (IPCE) occurs when members from two or more professions learn with, from, and about each other to enable effective interprofessional collaborative practice and improve health outcomes. The AGS strongly encourages program proposals that focus on interprofessional issues in geriatrics and that involve speakers from multiple disciplines. The AGS also strongly encourages that presenters reflect the diversity of the AGS membership.
Call for Proposal Reviewers
Help shape the 2022 AGS Annual Meeting - sign up to review annual meeting proposal submissions. The Program Committee strives to increase both the size and diversity of the pool of reviewers to ensure that the AGS proposal review process benefits by receiving broad input from a variety of different perspectives. You can help by volunteering to review proposals in your area of expertise.
How to Become a Reviewer
To become an AGS Annual Meeting Proposal reviewer, apply here:
You will be asked to identify your areas of expertise and indicate which categories you are interested in reviewing (full list below). If you are selected as a reviewer, AGS will ask you to review and provide feedback on approximately 20 proposals. The review period will begin on July 5 and all reviews must be completed by July 23.
Categories for Review
• Clinical Practice
• Models of Care
• Professional Development
• Public Policy