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14-17 MAY 2022
2022 PNS Annual Meeting – Miami
Join us for the 2022 Annual Meeting at the InterContinental Miami in Miami, Florida, USA. The meeting will be held 14 – 17 May 2022. Our meeting is the place to learn about the latest international research across specialties in peripheral neuropathy. As the largest peripheral nerve meeting globally, it is the premier venue to connect with your peers. Share your excitement about the PNS Annual Meeting using #PNS2022. Like us on Twitter and Facebook to receive regular meeting updates in your news feed.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I become a member of the PNS?
How may I register for the 2022 PNS Annual Meeting?
PNS Annual Meeting registration will open in early 2022. The registrations rates will be set by the Board in mid-December.
Where is the 2022 PNS Annual Meeting being held?
The 2022 PNS Annual Meeting will be held 14 – 17 May at the InterContinental Miami in Miami, Florida, USA.
Where can I find the 2022 Annual Meeting Program?
The full program is coming soon! Visit the program page to view the most up-to-date information, including the plenary speakers.
Will any abstract awards be given at the 2022 PNS Annual Meeting?
Yes. The PNS awards eight $750 cash prizes each year to current PNS Junior Members presenting abstracts. The prizes are given as a tribute to the luminaries in our field. Click here for more information.
- Arthur K. Asbury Prize: The abstract must pertain to GBS/CIDP/Inflammatory.
- Richard & Mary Bunge Prize: The abstract must pertain to nerve biology.
- Peter J. Dyck Prize: The abstract must pertain to diabetes.
- J.W. Griffin Prize: The abstract must pertain to regeneration.
- Pembroke Award: The presenting author must be from Australia, New Zealand or South Asia.
- P.K. Thomas Prize: The abstract must pertain to inherited neuropathies.
- Richard A.C. Hughes Prize: The abstract must pertain to clinical topics.
- Anita Harding Prize: The presenting author must be female.
Prizes will be presented on Tuesday, 17 May. In evaluating each presentation, the prize committee will consider the quality of the presentation, groundbreaking/innovative results, and the quality of the presenter. The presenter must be a current Junior Member of the PNS at the time the abstract is submitted and is required to attend the Annual Meeting.
Will Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits be offered for the Annual Meeting?
No, CME’s will not be offered as part of the Annual Meeting.
Will you provide a certificate of attendance?
Yes, upon completion of the post-meeting evaluation you will receive a certificate of attendance.
Can I present my abstract virtually?
Yes, you may indicate on your abstract submission if you wish to be considered for an e-poster only.
What is your abstract embargo policy?
The PNS does not have an official abstract embargo policy in place at this time. Abstracts previously presented at a national/international meeting may be submitted to the PNS. Please cite the meeting, location, and date of previous presentation. Abstracts cannot be previously published.
What is the abstract copyright policy?
Accepted abstracts will be published as a compilation in an abstract supplement of our Journal, the Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System (JPNS), under copyright by the Peripheral Nerve Society. Individual abstracts are not copyrighted by the Society, and you are free to publish or present your work elsewhere.
Why Attend a PNS Annual Meeting?
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