Clinical ProgrammingFeaturing more than 100 clinically focused sessions
Science. Discovery. Answers.
With rich, diverse clinical programming, ACSM’s Annual Meeting offers learning opportunities for clinicians of all types and experience levels. You may choose from more than 100 talks on clinically based topics, innovative, hand-on workshops and case presentations spanning a wide range of diagnoses.
World Congress on Exercise is Medicine
The 10th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine has multiple sessions focused on the role of exercise in patient care. Sessions are Tuesday through Thursday, and encompass topics such as pediatrics, aging and implementation of exercise into your clinical practice. You can claim CME credit for all EIM sessions.
World Congress on the Basic Science of Exercise, Circadian Rhythms and Sleep
May 29 – 30
This year’s Basic Science World Congress focuses on biological and physiological mechanisms of exercise, circadian rhythm and sleep. This is a unique opportunity to bring together interdisciplinary investigators for the most comprehensive meeting on this topic. The program includes keynote lectures, tutorials and symposia from leading experts.
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Your complete listing of all clinical sessions at ACSM’s Annual Meeting.
Early Registration Deadline: April 18
Register by the April 18 deadline and save on your registration fees!
New in 2019
Programming focused on the Basic Science of Exercise, Circadian Rhythms and Sleep
- Hot Topics
- Pre-participation Evaluation/Periodic Health Assessment
- Clinical Decision Making, Injury Prevention and Return to Play
- Professional Development and Practice Management
- Musculoskeletal Topics
- Medical Topics
- Sport Specific Advances
- Special Populations
- Exercise for Disease Prevention, Health Promotion and Treatment of Chronic Conditions
Clinicians’ Reception with Poster Presentations
Thursday, May 30 | 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Network with top experts in your field at the clinical reception. The top ten clinical abstracts and clinical case presentations have been selected for poster presentation during this event.
Post-Conference- Introduction to Musculoskeletal Ultrasound: Target Lectures, Small Group Hands-on Scanning and Practical Considerations
Saturday, June 1 | 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Organizer: Kentaro Onishi, D.O.
Fee: $150 – Sign up!
Attendance limited to 25
Athlete Care and Clinical Medicine
Thursday, May 30, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Evidence-Based Consensus Recommendations Regarding Selected Issues in Youth Contact and Collision Sports
Stanley A. Herring, FACSM, Fred Rivara, William Meehan, Carolyn Emery