Register for the 2021 ADMSEP Annual Meeting

Registration has opened for the 2021 ADMSEP Annual Meeting. Please be aware this link will take you away from the ADMSEP website to the ADMSEP Cvent portal access.

Need to renew your membership for the fiscal year July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022?

(Note: The membership portal and the ADMSEP Website are two separate interfaces, so the passwords are not the same! If you’ve forgotten your password from last year’s Cvent membership purchase, click the “don’t know your password” link, fill out the information and Cvent will send you a link to your email to reset the password.)

2021 ADMSEP Annual Meeting announcement

ADMSEP's leadership has come to the tough decision to cancel the in-person meeting that was scheduled in Pittsburgh, PA, this year in favor of a virtual meeting. So this year's ADMSEP Annual Meeting will be held virtually (via Zoom) on June 16-18, 2021.

In recognition of both the format change and the need to cover the organization's annual operating expenses, the ADMSEP Council has adjusted the meeting registration fee for the three-day virtual meeting. The registration cost will cover all expenses for the meeting, including your CME credits.

Here’s the cost breakdown:

  • ADMSEP Member: $375 on or before May 15. $400 after May 15.
  • Clerkship Coordinator/Administrator: $40.00
  • Medical Student/Resident: $95.00
  • Non-ADMSEP member: $400 until May 15. $450 after May 15.

The registration process will be held via our Cvent portal, and it is scheduled to open on April 12!

Thank you for your support and understanding. The program committee has worked diligently to develop an informative, engaging program for you. The meeting will provide an opportunity to learn, teach and connect with fellow psychiatric educators. We look forward to getting together to share scholarship, fellowship and friendship.

We are also looking forward to our 2022 annual meeting next year in Austin, Texas, when we can reconnect in person.

In between now and June, we will plan to see you on Zoom on April 27 for our Spring Quarterly Meeting — 4:00 p.m. EDT.

Call for Abstracts for the 2021 Meeting

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting abstract submissions for presentations at the ADMSEP 2021 conference. Please submit your abstracts via Cvent at the following link:

https://www.cvent.com/c/abstracts/b5c2f712-59fb-48ce-bb8f-6312fbfb7453

The link contains descriptions of submission types, etc. All submissions are due by November 16, 2020, 11:59pm ET.

Due to the pandemic, we are keeping our options open for an in-person or a virtual meeting in June 2021. As a result, we will be asking authors to specify whether their submission can be presented in person, virtually, or both. And once abstracts are selected, authors will need to confirm whether they are able to attend the conference in person, virtually or both.

We look forward to reading your submissions and organizing an outstanding conference. Please feel free to be in touch with any questions.

Sincerely, Program Committee on behalf of ADMSEP Council (Matthew Goldenberg, Jeff Rakofsky, Lia Thomas)

P.S. Big thank you to Nancy Harker and Lindsey Allison for their work coordinating with Cvent!


Matthew N. Goldenberg, M.D., M.Sc. Associate Professor of Psychiatry Yale University School of Medicine Clerkship Director, Psychiatry Biopsychosocial Approach to Health Clerkship Attending Psychiatrist, Psychiatric Emergency Services Yale-New Haven Hospital matthew.goldenberg@yale.edu

2020 Meeting cancelled

We hope that you are healthy and safe amidst these uncertain times. Due to the impact of the Corona virus pandemic, ADMSEP will not be holding its annual meeting this year (June 2020). The rationale for cancelling includes the ban on large gatherings and the widespread emergence of institutional travel restrictions. Our recent poll results predict very poor attendance, not surprisingly.

The good news is that our host hotel, Paradise Point in San Diego, has agreed to amend our agreement. As such, we will be holding our 2023 annual meeting there.

If you had already registered for the meeting, you will receive a full refund soon. If you made a reservation at the hotel, it will be canceled automatically by the hotel, without penalty.

This decision was bittersweet, to say the least. Our annual meeting is a unique opportunity to bring together like-minded psychiatric educators to share innovations and celebrate accomplishment in medical education. Our annual meeting program committee is undeterred and actively exploring alternative scenarios to bring our community together… Stay tuned!