80% will attend in-person in Atlanta
The number of registrations for attendance in-person for CLP 2022 in Atlanta this month has passed 850—and more are expected before bookings close. In addition, nearly 300 people have registered to attend the meeting digitally.
Not booked your place yet? Don’t miss out.
Three extra daily editions of ACLP News will be published this month for attendees during CLP 2022—scheduled to be in your in-box by breakfast.
More workshops from among the 35+ in the program will be highlighted in the daily editions, but if you’re planning to attend one in particular, here’s an appeal from the organizers:
Impactful scholarship begins with relevant questions. Relevant questions come from the bedside, and thus every ACLP meeting attendee has the potential to be an impactful scholar. Realizing this potential requires matching a method to your question and your resources.
The aim of the CLP 2022 workshop Learning to cross the chasm between bench and bedside-connecting pressing clinical questions to diverse research methodologies (Thursday, November 10, 3:30 PM) is to show the breadth of methods which could be brought to bear on questions that arise during clinical care.
We hope to host an engaging interactive forum in which the feasibility of diverse scholarly contribution is encouraged and meaningfully developed.
We encourage you to bring pressing clinical questions that can be answered through varied research methods. We hope trainees interested in scholarly dissemination will consider the clinical conundrums they encounter in day-to-day practice and assess how they would study these questions.
The workshop panel will provide real-time mentorship about how to turn your questions into scholarship/research.
From: Drs. Chris Celano, Priya Gopalan, Anne Gross, Ben Lee, and Tom McCoy