There is a heavy impact on everyone’s schedules today as healthcare providers deal with the impact of COVID-19. As you know the ASAM Annual Conference was canceled; however, ASAM is offering this new virtual experience which will provide high-quality education, innovative topics, sessions, posters and supplemental virtual courses in a completely online platform. Approximately 60-75 hours of CME/CE/MOC will be offered virtually through live-streaming, webinars and pre-recorded session available on- demand in the e-Learning Center.
ASAM Virtual 2020 consists of several types of activities:
Two days of live-streaming content from nationally-recognized and respected thought leaders from across the country (available on-demand after the live event)
Multiple offerings of live webinars on diverse topics that will be presented throughout the month of April (available on-demand after the live event)
Pre-recorded sessions on best practices and new developments affecting science, policy, and clinical practice of addiction medicine (available on-demand beginning in April)
An online poster gallery of over 100 scientific posters in a dynamic viewing format with audio-narration from the presenters (available on-demand beginning in April)
If you are unable to attend the live streaming or live webinars on the days the live events occur, ASAM will be capturing all of these activities. In summary, ASAM will be providing captured live-streaming and captured live webinars, and pre-recorded sessions beginning in April and throughout the next three years on-demand in the e-Learning Center for all registrants of the ASAM Virtual 2020 event.
NOTE: ASAM registrants for The ASAM 51st Annual Conference who did not request a full refund are automatically registered for ASAM Virtual 2020 at a reduced registration rate. Click here for cancelation information.
Click here to see the detailed program and presenters.
Who Should Participate
Healthcare professionals dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment and care, including:
Physicians and Clinicians
Researchers and Academics
Residents, Fellows, and Students
Counselors and Policymakers
At the end of the live event, participants should be able to:
Identify and describe the new developments affecting the science, policy, and clinical practice of addiction medicine.
Compare presented clinical guidelines/best practices with the participant's current practice and identify strengths or gaps.
Analyze new research and science to develop practical applications for treatment or further research.
Explain recent or upcoming policy changes and identify implications or areas for provider involvement.