Attendees in New Orleans will receive admission to all scientific sessions, the poster hall, town meetings, the exhibit hall, and several networking events and hubs.
Those unable to travel can register to participate in the Annual Meeting virtually and watch all of the scientific sessions, including plenary sessions, major symposia, awards and lectures, forums, and “advances” sessions, all of which will be streamed live and then offered as recordings on the virtual platform for three months. Virtual and in-person registrants can also purchase an Educational Program Pass to gain access to all the educational sessions and methods workshops held on Friday and Saturday, April 8-9.
All sessions taking place in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center will be streamed live and available to virtual participants as they are presented. About an hour after a live-streamed session ends, an on-demand recording will be available for virtual and in-person attendees. Session recordings will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week until July 13, 2022.
Professional advancement sessions and events that happen outside the convention center will not be available to virtual attendees.
All meeting participants, whether they register for virtual or in-person attendance, can earn CME/MOC credits, and all attendees can submit questions to presenters during live sessions either through the virtual meeting platform or the mobile app.
Another feature returning this year are E-posters. Viewers will be able to e-mail comments and questions or use a Networking module on the virtual meeting platform to interact with poster presenters. Approximately 75 percent of poster presenters are expected to present in-person at the Annual Meeting in New Orleans.