2008 Call for Presentations

 

November 7-11, 2008
Orlando, Florida

 

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

 

The Scientific Program Committee is now accepting proposals for Cytology Workshops and Panel Luncheon Seminars.  

New this year, the Committee is accepting proposals for Round Table Discussions.  The Discussions are one and a half hours long in which an area is discussed during lunch at a single table with one facilitator and eight to ten attendees.   Round Table Discussions allow for more interaction and in depth discussion of topics that may have a more limited scope of interest.

 

Electronic Submissions may be submitted here. 
(You may need to create an account in order to submit.)

 

Proposals will be accepted until Midnight, January 14, 2008.  

The Scientific Program Committee will review all proposals and will notify the submitters in April 2008.

 

Please contact Jodi Smith, Educational Programs Coordinator, with any questions:

Email:  jsmith@nullcytopathology.org

Fax: (302) 429-8807

Mail:  400 West 9th Street, Suite 201, Wilmington, DE  19801

 

 

Formats include:

 

Scientific Sessions

Proposals are invited for the Current Issues (2½ hrs), State of the Art (2½ hrs) and New Innovations and Trends (1 ½ hrs) Scientific Sessions.

Cytology Workshop

A 2 hour session (note: decreased from prior 3 hour session), preferably dedicated to an in-depth discussion of one topic/ area.   A maximum of 2 presenters suggested.
  • Microscopic
  • Non-Microscopic

Panel Luncheon Seminar

A 1 ½ hour session that lends its self to a conversational, lighter, interactive presentation while audience has lunch.  A maximum of 2 presenters suggested.

*NEW*

Round Table Discussion

A 1 ½ hour format in which an area is discussed during lunch at a single table with one facilitator and 8-10 attendees. Allows more interaction and in depth discussion of topics that may have a more limited scope of interest.

Examples: management, billing, resident teaching, cytopreparation, becoming a new supervisor/ laboratory director: what you need to know, etc.

 

Video Microscopy Tutorials will be available to attend,
but are no longer open for speaker proposals. 

The Scientific Program Committee will be
selecting speakers for this format
through invitation only.