We are inviting trainees and junior faculty members to submit abstracts relating to their original research, systematic reviews or meta-analyses to the AKMG 2023 CME in Grand Rapids, MI, USA. Larger case series are acceptable. Informative Case reports may be considered. Project proposals without data or results will not be accepted.
Abstracts may already have been presented at other meetings prior to AKMG 2023. Abstracts cannot be submitted on data that has already been accepted for publication as a manuscript (publication in abstract form from a conference presentation is acceptable).
Please ensure the e-mail address of the corresponding author is accurate, as this will be the sole method of communication regarding acceptance. There is a limit of 500 words for each abstract. This does not include abstract title and author names. Longer submissions will be cut off at the word limit. All submissions must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org Tables or graphs will be accepted (not counted towards word limit).
You will receive an e-mail confirmation for each submission.
The submission deadline is May 31, 2023. Abstracts will not be accepted after the deadline.
Abstracts will be blindly reviewed & graded by members of the AKMG CME Abstract Review Sub-Committee, who will select abstracts for either poster or oral
Trainee Awards & Certificates:
All abstract presenters will be provided certificates. Up to 4 top abstracts will be selected to be presented on each of the CME days at the Conference
Trainee Conference Support
AKMG has subsidized the registration fees for medical trainees to attend the Convention in Toronto. Choose registrant type as trainee and from the drop down menu on membership type against your name, select medical students, residents/fellows. You should see the reduced registration fee. This includes attendance of all programs, CME and food during the convention (July 21 and 22, 2023). The preconference day event and dinner on July 20 is an elective choice and will need to be separately added to your registration should you choose to attend it.
If you wish to support the hotel room for trainees, please reach out to us. This will encourage and help more trainees to attend our convention. Thank you for continuing to support the growth of this organization.
Dr. Philip Kuriakose, MD, FACP
CME Chair, 44th AKMG Convention, Grand Rapids, MI, USA