Submit Now to Speak at AAPD 2020


Submit Now to Speak at AAPD 2020

May 21 – 24, 2020
Music City Center
201 Fifth Avenue South
Nashville, Tenn. 37203

Scientific Program Application*

Interested in being considered to speak for the Scientific Sessions at AAPD 2020? This application is for the three-hour scientific session blocks. To be considered for Learning Labs, Miniclinics or String of Pearls, see below.

Learning Labs, Miniclinics, String-of Pearls and International Oral Application*
Submission site opening in July, stay tuned!

Learning Labs: Lead an hour-long interactive presentation on a topic of interest to pediatric dentists (50 minute presentation with 10 minute Q&A). Share your idea with up to 25 colleagues in a smaller setting. AV is available for use during Learning Labs, but the session should focus more on discussing the topic with your attendees. One Learning Lab will be held every hour from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday, May 22 and Saturday, May 23 (One hour time commitment per speaker).

MiniClinics: Miniclinics session consists of eight speakers, each with a 45-minute presentation to a larger audience, based on a clinical topic geared toward pediatric dentistry. Areas of interest include early malocclusion management, clinical techniques using new technologies, legal issues, practice management and new developments in pediatric dentistry.

String of Pearls:  A 15-minute presentation per speaker, up to nine presentations per session. In this format, each presenter will bring a single idea or concept and will share it with the group. These little “pearls” provide members with a wealth of information that often can often be utilized immediately. Keep your presentation focused on the topic and allow for a question or two from the audience!

International Oral Presentations: A 15 minute opportunity with a 10 minute oral presentation and 5 minutes for questions from the audience. In this format, each presenter will bring a single idea or concept and will share it with the audience. You must be an international pediatric dentist to present during this session. Keep your presentation focused on the topic and be sure to allow time for questions.

*It is strongly suggested that applicants are members of the AAPD Speakers Bureau