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The IAA invites you to join us for our 36th Annual Conference!  This year's conference will be held in -person in EdmontonAlberta, Canada!
June 16-17, 2023
Registration opens February 2023!
Stay tuned for complete conference details and schedule.

This year's conference theme is FLOW.


For Anaplastologists, FLOW can mean so many things. Whether we are discussing the behavior of the materials we use, such as viscosity, opacity, adhesion, stability; or the flow of a patient from one healthcare provider to the next; the process workflows that govern what we do everyday; how patients flows through their own healthcare journey with us; or, how we as anaplastologists flow through this vocation, dealing with the struggles and victories that come with our everyday– FLOW is inherent in everything we do and how we do it. 


This year's conference will include presenters who express this theme while sharing their clinical activities, research and experiences. We hope you will enjoy being in person in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada as we embrace this theme and walk through the encounters of anaplastologists and other allied health care professionals as they deliver care to their patients, interact with their colleagues and investigate techniques to improve quality of care for their patients.  We hope that you'll plan to join us!


Abstract Submission Deadline:  March 1, 2023


All abstracts must be submitted via the Call for Abstracts form on the website. Select SUBMIT ABSTRACT below to access the form.

Please make sure to select "Oral or Poster Presentation" from the top drop down box when submitting.

Abstracts must be 300 words or less. Please ensure that you proofread all presentation names and contributor names.  These items will be printed in the Conference Program.

Title: Maximum 120 characters.

Authors: Submit all authors full names and institution affiliations for each author. A maximum of 10 authors will be allowed (if more than 2, upload supplemental documentation via the abstract submission form).

Abstract Summary: The summary should be a maximum of 300 words. It should be structured containing Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions

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