The American Society of Dermatopathology

Call for Course Proposals

Call for Short Course II and Mini-Course Proposals

Dermatopathologists are invited to submit proposals for Short Course II and Mini-Course.

Short Course II proposals will be considered for a one-year commitment to be offered during either the 2019 or 2020 annual meeting.

Mini-Course proposals will be considered for a two-year commitment to be offered during the 2020 and 2021 annual meetings.

You may select your proposal to be considered for either Short Course II or the Mini-Course, or both.

Proposals must be submitted online.
Submission Deadline: February 1, 2019, at Noon Central Time. No exceptions will be made to the deadline
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Your proposal should include:
  • Your name, institutional affiliation and contact information.
  • The title of the course.
  • Course description, 2-4 sentences or one short paragraph.
  • An outline of the course, in 200 words or less, including potential faculty and range of topics you plan to include.

The ASDP Program Committee will evaluate and select proposals. Proposal submitters will be notified by email in February 2019.

What you should know before you submit a proposal:

Short Course II is scheduled on Friday morning, 8:00 a.m. - Noon, with a 30 minute refreshment break, for a total of 3.5 hours of lecture time. Proposals will be considered for a one-year commitment for either the 2019 or 2020 annual meeting.

Mini-Course is scheduled on Thursday morning, 9:00 a.m. - Noon, with a 15-minute refreshment break, for a total of 2.75 hours of lecture time. Proposals will be considered for a two-year commitment to be offered during the 2020 and 2021 annual meeting.

You may select your proposal to be considered for either Short Course II or the Mini-Course, or both.

CME Requirements, Disclosures and Agreements:

The ASDP is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). As such, we are required to meet the ACCME’s expectations for our practice of continuing medical education. This means that everyone in a position to control the educational content of the ASDP meeting must disclose certain relationships and agree to participate in and plan the meeting according to the policies set forth by the Society to ensure that this activity is of the highest standard. The ASDP has put together the Faculty and Presenters’ Policies Manual to assist you in understanding the policies related to our educational activities. Proposal submitters should read the Society’s Faculty and Presenters’ Policies Manual before proceeding.

Meeting Registration:

All course directors and faculty are required to register for the meeting and pay the meeting registration fee. It is the course director's responsibility to communicate this information to the faculty.

Proposal Submission Checklist:

Proposals must be submitted online and include:

  • Your name, institutional affiliation and contact information.
  • The title of the course.
  • Course description, 2-4 sentences or one short paragraph.
  • An outline of the course, in 200 words or less, including potential faculty and range of topics you plan to include.

Proposal Submission Instructions:

  • Go to the ASDP Submission Page
  • Under "Other Programs" select "View other available programs."
  • Click on "Start a new submission" under the Annual Meeting Request for Short Course II & Mini Course Proposals.

Questions Regarding Proposal Submission?

Contact Maggie Substalae by email at msubstalae@asdp.org or by phone at 847-686-2231.