Program Co-chairs: Oliver Grundmann, PhD, FCP & Joanna C. Masters, PharmD
Call for Proposals for the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology® (ACCP) is now closed. Proposals were accepted through Sunday, August 8, 2021 at 11:59 PM ET. The 2022 ACCP Annual Meeting, "Transforming Global Health through Clinical Pharmacology" will provide a forum for discussion on important clinical pharmacology topics ranging from research and drug discovery to patient care.
ACCP encourages submissions including, but not limited to, the following topics:
2022 Areas of Submission
ACCP Annual Meeting Proposal Guidelines & Budget Requirements
Preparing Your Proposal: What You Need to Submit
Proposals will be reviewed for merit by the ACCP 2022 Annual Meeting Program Committee. Proposals that are incomplete will not be reviewed and Proposals that do not meet these guidelines will not be accepted. Authors whose Proposals are selected will be asked to provide additional information, such as disclosure information, expected course outcomes, etc. at a later date. Please contact [email protected] with questions.
ACCP is truly a Member-focused/Member-driven organization, its Board of Regents is elected by the ACCP membership and diligently serves the membership in meeting organizational goals. ACCP maintains high financial standards and strives to maintain a reasonable cost of membership and Annual Meeting registration year-over-year, effectively serving the clinical pharmacology community by making it economical to become a Member and attend the meeting. ACCP actively encourages Members to volunteer for committees and engage in ways to fulfill personal goals and enhance professional growth while we work together to achieve organizational goals. In addition to providing high-quality Live and On Demand educational courses, ACCP continues to maintain its ACCME, ACPE & ANCC accreditation and proudly provides CME & CPE credits.