How can I access the Annual Meeting site?
The 2021 Annual Meeting site is now closed.
Which registration path is appropriate for me?
Use the chart below to determine the correct registration option. If none apply to you, please contact email@example.com for assistance.
|ACMS Member Registration||Non-Member Registration|
|Associate Applicants||Mohs Surgical Assistants|
|International Affiliate Applicants||Medical Students|
Can I register for more than one Morning Mini session?
Attendees may register for one Morning Mini session each day. Recordings of all Morning Mini sessions will be accessible for a limited time, and meeting attendees may view additional Morning Mini sessions on-demand. CME will be earned for every session viewed.
I am an ACMS member, but I am being charged the non-member rate - why?
Members that have not yet paid their 2021 member dues will not see the ACMS member registration rate. Login to your ACMS account and confirm that your 2021 member dues are not outstanding. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Do I need to indicate that want to attend the Board Prep Sessions at the Annual Meeting?
No; every registered attendee has access to the Board Prep Sessions - there is not a separate registration required.
How do I make a hotel reservation for the meeting?
Hotel reservations are no longer necessary - the 2021 Annual Meeting will be held virtually.
What time zone will sessions be offered?
In an effort to best respond to ACMS Member concerns, all times on for the ACMS 2021 Annual Meeting site will be displayed in Central Daylight Time. The Final Program, CME and Abstract Book, and Intrado Meeting platform will also display CDT.
Does attending the Virtual Annual Meeting count towards my meeting attendance requirement for membership?
Yes, the ACMS bylaws state that Fellow and Associate members "must attend at least one (1) of three (3) consecutive annual meetings of the College." (Article III. Section 3.2.a; 3.2.b.)
How long will recorded sessions be available for viewing?
With the exception of the Fellows-in-Training Cutaneous Flap Workshop, all sessions will be accessible on-demand for 12 months. Access to the Fellows-in-Training Mohs Surgery Histotechnology and Lab Setup Workshop will expire in 3 months.
Is there any benefit to attending the meeting sessions as they are scheduled?
Although all sessions will be recorded and available for viewing by all registered attendees, there is a benefit to attending the sessions as they streamed. Break out rooms for attendee discussions and Q & A with presenters will be available during the streamed sessions.