Five days of cutting-edge research, leading experts, networking and career opportunities make AAP's Annual Meeting the premier event for PM&R residents and fellows, academicians, clinical physicians, medical students and others interested in academic physiatry.
Reach over 600 physiatrists including residents, program directors, researchers, medical student educators, clinical physicians, and medical school faculty. Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP) Annual Meeting participants enjoy extended exhibitor hours and maximum traffic. Breakfast and lunch functions including the General Business Session are located in the Exhibit Hall. Space is always limited to maintain an intimate atmosphere and to ensure quality relationship building time.
The Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP) was founded in 1967 to serve as the national organization of physiatrists who are affiliated with medical schools. The AAP is a member organization of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The objectives of the Association are to promote the advancement of teaching and research in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation within an academic environment. The organization acts as a sounding board and forum for the exchange of ideas and information relative to all phases of the art and science of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. It promotes the distribution of information to future young physicians who will be practicing this art and science for the benefit of the public health and welfare. The organization also becomes involved in the exchange of information from other areas of medicine, both in basic science and in clinical areas of teaching and research.