Online Program Proposals are accepted year-round for the
AGPA Annual Meeting as well as E-Learning events.
Submitting your proposal online is easy.
There are four steps:
Step 1: Presenter Information
This is where you will enter information on the presenters for the presentation.
Step 2: Previous Meeting Participation and Course Format
In this step, you will give information on the primary presenter's previous participation as well as information about the course format.
Step 3: Proposal Details
This is where you will tell us about the structure of your presentation.
IMPORTANT: Faculty participation is limited to two events. The following restrictions also apply: Participants will not be invited to participate in two limited registration events (e.g., Institute and Workshop) nor will you be invited to participate in two unlimited registration events (e.g., two Open Sessions).
PLEASE NOTE: The Annual Meeting Committee reserves the right to recommend and propose a different format for the submitted event (for example, even if you submit a workshop, the Committee may recommend an alternative format which may restrict participation as noted above).
Step 4: Proposal Submission Confirmation
On this page, we will confirm your submission and ask for some future presenter/topic recommendations.
That's all there is to it!
If you'd like to take a look at all four steps before you begin, click here for a preview.
We are offering the ability to save your proposal and return to finish it at a later time. The course proposal will be automatically saved after completing each page, or whenever the "Save" button is clicked. To begin, please enter your email address below. A password will be emailed to you shortly. It is important for you to save your password for future access. Each proposal will have its own separate password.
If you have any questions, you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To login and retrieve a previously saved course proposal, click here
NOTE: This is only for 2017 submissions. Prior years are not accessible.