Dates to Remember
|January 18||Website activated to receive electronic abstract submissions|
8:00 PM Eastern
(5:00 PM Pacific)
|Abstract Submission DEADLINE
|March 22||Meeting Registration and Housing available online|
|By April 18||Authors notified of presentation disposition|
|By May 9||Meeting Program available online|
|June 21||Deadline to receive early registration fees|
|July 30 - Aug 3||59th Annual Meeting & Exhibition|
11:59 PM ET
|Deadline to complete the online evaluation in order to receive CAMPEP Credit (equivalent to CME category 1), SAM Credit (equivalent to SA-CME), MDCB and RLI Credits|
|September 13||Credits released for meeting attendees|
The Colorado Convention Center is located at 700 14th Street, Denver, Colorado.
Exhibits and Posters: Level Two
- Exhibit Displays: Halls A - B
- Poster Displays: Hall C
Registration: Street Level, A Lobby
Sessions: Street Level
Speaker-Ready Room: Room 102
This year AAPM offers complimentary wi-fi in the Exhibit Hall, all AAPM session rooms and function space.
Need to charge your phone or other electronic device? Charging stations will be located in the Exhibit Hall.
Companions Welcome Room
All registered companions are welcome! Stop by to chat with friends, meet with family members after sightseeing, or grab a cold drink. A hostess with knowledge of the local attractions will be available to address your questions and interests each morning until 11:00am.
Room 202, Street Level, Convention Center
Sunday through Wednesday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday, 8:00am - 11:00am
Please note: children ages 11 and under are not allowed into the exhibit hall or session rooms.
No sponsored child care will be offered during this meeting. Three services offering child care in the Denver area include urbansitter.com, sittercity.com and care.com. AAPM does not endorse these or any other caregiving services. Parents are responsible for decisions made regarding child care services.
Visit the Medical Physics Parents Facebook page, created by AAPM members to discuss topics impacting parents, including how to manage childcare while attending professional conferences with kids.
AAPM wishes to take any steps required to ensure that no individual with a disability is excluded, denied services, segregated or otherwise treated differently due to the absence of auxiliary aids and services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act. If any such services are necessary in order for you to participate in the AAPM 59th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, please communicate your needs well in advance by marking the "special needs " box when pre-registering.
Rent a scooter or wheelchair for the meeting.
$3/checked item (cash only)
Saturday - Wednesday, 7:00am-6:30pm
Street Level near Registration
Saturday - Wednesday, 7:00am-6:30pm
Room 604, Street Level, Convention Center
Individuals who need a private room for expressing or nursing, or for personal medical reasons are welcome to use the Wellness Room. Nursing mothers may also use the dedicated Mothers Room located behind AAPM registration.
Sunday - Wednesday, 7:30am-6:00pm
Room 608, Street Level, Convention Center
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Denver International Airport (DEN)
Drive time depends on traffic: 35 minutes (25 miles) to downtown Denver
The A-Line Rail Service, Denver's "Train to the Plane"
At a cost of $9 each way, travelers can use the rail service, known as the A Line, to get from the airport to Denver Union Station and vice versa courtesy of the Regional Transportation District (RTD), metro Denver's public transit provider.
The A Line connects travelers to Union Station in the heart of downtown Denver. From Union Station, take the free 16th Street Mall shuttle (MallRide) which provides access to most downtown hotels. More information »
The Colorado Convention Center provides 1,000 covered parking spaces.
The dress code is business casual for the AAPM Meeting.
Points of Interest
Plan your visit to Denver »
Denver Marijuana Laws
It is legal in Denver for adults over 21 to purchase marijuana for recreational use. However, it is illegal to consume marijuana in public (smoking, eating or vaping.) Learn more »
A Better Way to Help Denver Homeless
If you’ve ever given a dollar to a homeless person, then wondered if that’s the best way to help, take note of the blue donation meters around the city. The collective funds go to nonprofit partners who provide direct services to those in need including shelter, job training, meals and permanent housing options that help get people back on their feet.