May 28 – June 1, 2019 • Orlando, Florida


Thematic Programming Tailored Just for Clinicians!
The annual meeting program contains over 100 talks on clinically based topics, with innovative hands-on workshops and case presentations spanning a wide range of diagnoses. The meeting has a rich and diverse clinical program designed to provide learning opportunities for clinicians of all types and experience levels. The combination of clinicians and research scientists provides a robust learning experience and exchange of ideas essential for your professional development.

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Clinical Themes

Activity and Lifestyle Medicine  ♦  Clinical Decision Making and Return to Play  ♦  Community Health  ♦  Diagnostic Imaging  ♦   Doping  ♦  Endocrine and Metabolism  ♦  Environmental Issues  Neurology  ♦  Exercise for Health, Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease  ♦  Gymnastics  ♦  Hockey  ♦  Injury Prevention  ♦  Mental Health and Psychology  ♦  Musculoskeletal Topics  ♦  Nutrition, Hydration and Supplements  ♦  Olympic and Paralympics  ♦  Oncology  ♦  Performing Arts  ♦  Pulmonary  ♦  Pre-participation Evaluation/Periodic Health Assessment  ♦  Professional Development/Practice Management  ♦  Pulmonary  ♦  Research and Biostatistics  ♦  Updates on Concussion  ♦  Recent Advances in Cardiology  ♦  Rehab  ♦  Rheumatology  ♦  Rugby  ♦  Running, Endurance, and Extreme Sports  Technology  ♦   Sitting is the New Smoking  ♦  Soccer  ♦  Special Populations  ♦  Yoga

John R. Sutton Clinical Lecture

If I’d Known I was Going to Live this Long, I’d Have Taken Better Care of Myself!
Fri., June 1  |  1:00 – 1:50 p.m.
Robert J. Johnson, M.D., FACSM University of Minnesota

Joseph B. Wolffe Memorial Lecture

Physical Activity for Cancer Prevention and Treatment: State of the Evidence
Wed., May 30   |  8:00 – 9:15 a.m.
Anne McTiernan, M.D., Ph.D., FACSM
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

The D.B. Dill Historical Lecture

The History and Highlights of Physical Activity Behavior Change and Health Promotion
Fri., June 1  |  8:00 – 9:15 a.m.
Abby C. King, Ph.D., FACSM
Stanford University School of Medicine

President’s Lecture

Paralympic Sports Medicine – Evolution of a Specialty
Thurs., May 31   |  10:30 – 11:20 a.m.
Nick Webborn, MBBS, FACSM
British Paralympic Association

President’s Lecture

68 is the New 43: Rebellious Rise of the Senior Olympics
Thurs., May 31   |  10:30 – 11:20 a.m
Pamela M. Peeke, M.D., MPH, FACP FACSM
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Clinicians’ Reception with Poster Presentations

Thurs., May 31  |  5:45 – 6:45 p.m.

Network with top experts in your field at this reception. The top eleven clinical abstracts and clinical case presentations have been selected for poster presentations during this event.