CNS Members are encouraged to submit proposals for sessions to be presented at the 51st Annual Child Neurology Society Meeting in Cincinnati, OH on October 12-October 15, 2022 with plans for a hybrid (in-person and virtual) meeting.
We welcome submissions on all topics but encourage submissions in the following areas:
- Clinical implementation of quality measures and capitated care models
- Diverse perspectives in child neurology (including perspectives of people affected by neurologic disease, caregivers, practitioners, and researchers across their lifespans)
We are looking for submissions in the following formats:
- 2.5 hour symposium
- 1.25 hour seminar
- 1 hour workshop
- 1 hour Meet-the-Expert session
Acceptance emails will be sent to session organizers/proposers in early March.
Contact Emily McConnell, Professional Development Manager
Frequently asked questions:
Who can submit a proposal?
- Any CNS or ACNN member at any stage of their training or career
How do I select speakers?
- Speakers must have expertise in their proposal topic.
- We encourage proposals featuring speakers from diverse backgrounds (including but not limited to speakers across all career stages, a range of institutions, and diverse racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds; see https://extramural-diversity.nih.gov). You will be asked to describe how your proposal reflects speaker diversity in your submission.
Are non-CNS Members eligible to speak?
- Yes: maximum 2 for symposium, 1 for seminar, workshop, Meet-the-Expert
Yasmin Khakoo, MD, FAAN (she/her)
Chair, Scientific Selection & Program Planning Committee
Bhooma Aravamuthan, MD, DPhil (she/her)
Vice-Chair, Scientific Selection & Program Planning Committee