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Thank you for applying to the 2025 AAEM Annual Conference

Please fill out all of the fields below. Once submitted, you will receive an email notifying receipt of your submission. All submissions must be received by August 30th and presenters will be notified by email or phone by September 15th.
Any special requests for accessibility that we can provide?
Please specify if you have any dietary restrictions. (May not be able to accomodate all requests.)

Time Requested
*not to exceed 250 words. Include 2-3 references that provide the best evidence underlying your proposed talk.
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Please indicate which of the following conference objective(s) your presentation addresses:

Learning Objectives

Please identify three learning objectives that the participants will be able to improve upon or achieve after attending your session.

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Teaching Methods

Please indicate which of the following teaching methods you will be using:

ACCME and IOM Competencies

Please indicate which of the competencies below that you will be addressing in your presentation:

ACCME/ABMS Competencies
IOM Core Competencies


Max. file size: 256 MB.
Max. file size: 256 MB.


Have you (or your spouse/partner) had a personal financial relationship in the last 12 months with a commercial interest that produces health care goods or services consumed by, or used on patients that will be presented in this CME activity or in your presentation?
My presentation will include a discussion of “off-label” uses of a commercial product or an investigational use of a drug or device not yet approved. I will not use trade names of drugs.
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One of the major requests of our attendees from last year's conference was there was a lot of great information, but not much in the way of treatment or what to do. Please list at least 5 of the treatment strategies and/or Clinical Pearls that relate to your topic.