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Renaissance Nashville | March 23-25

Registration will open in December 2022

Renaissance Nashville Hotel
611 Commerce Street
Nashville, TN 37203


Russo Lectureship: “Ovarian Cryopreservation in Prepubescent, Peripubescent and Adolescent Girls” 
Sanfillippo Lectureship: “Ethical Frameworks for Surgical Decisions for DSD and CAH” 
Dewhurst Lectureship: “Ethical Frameworks in Decision Making for Surgery in DSD and CAH” 
Emans Lectureship: “Meeting Youth's Health Needs in the Post-Roe Era” 
Goldfarb Lectureship: “Differentiating Normal Genitourinary Variants and Common Pathologies from Sexual Abuse” 
Elsevier Lectureship: “Advocacy History: Present and Future” 
International Forum: “Climate Change in PAG: Do We Need to Act Now?” 


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Application Form

The NASPAG Program Committee invites you to submit abstracts pertinent to the field of pediatric and adolescent gynecology for presentation at the 37th Annual Clinical Research Meeting (ACRM). Abstracts describing original research or case reports/series will be considered.

Abstracts submitted may contain original work or work previously presented at a meeting of another national or international scientific organization. Though previously presented material may be selected for presentation at the ACRM, only work not previously presented will be award eligible and published in the Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (JPAG). Abstracts of work previously published or under review as a manuscript in any journal will not be accepted.

September 12 - Abstract Site Opens
October 24 (11:59 PM ET) - Abstract Site Closes 

2023 ACRM Abstract Guidelines 

2023 ACRM Abstract Submission Site

New this year! Please indicate whether you are a candidate for the Huffman Capraro Award (criteria listed on site). If selected for an oral presentation, those who identify themselves as a candidate for this award will be required to submit an attestation from the program director or chair confirming the trainee’s role as primary author. This attestation must be submitted when you respond regarding your intent to present your work at the ACRM.
Click here to download the Attestation Form