Thursday, July 22
All times indicated are US Eastern Standard Time
Session 2: Welcome & Announcements | Lightning Talks
1:00 pm – 1:45 pm EST
Similar to laparoscopic surgery, robotic surgery offers a minimally invasive approach for many surgical procedures. However, the equipment, room setup, and instrumentation are quite different from laparoscopic surgery. The medical illustrator who has been tasked with...
SciArtNOW – an educational platform to help growing medical illustrators | Annie Campbell & Emily Holden
Annie Campbell and Emily Holden started SciArtNOW with the goal of helping the medical illustration community grow. So many people are discovering this field for the first time and with that comes many recognizable challenges and questions as they embark on their...
We've all got our elevator pitch, to explain to new clients, colleagues, and even family and friends, what exactly it is that we do. Sometimes, they get it. Other times, they don't. It's a hurdle we've all faced when building new professional networks and engaging...
This short talk will be about the business of creating a piece of art for a medical device company, from the point of view of an independent studio. We will explore who the medical illustrator communicates with within the company, and an overview of the process.Maya...
Session 3: Copyright Session
1:45 pm – 2:45 pm EST
CEUs: 1 hr Business
Congress has approved the CASE Act, which stands for a Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2019; and in doing so established a small-claims court for lower-value copyright infringement disputes. Mr. Burroughs will discuss the pros and cons of this...
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Session 4: Roundtables
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In this Roundtable Session, attendees will participate in breakout rooms to network and make new connections with the remarkable seasoned professionals and ground-breaking newcomers that comprise our exciting field. Attendees will be assigned a table number for this interactive session in order to network and make new connections with the remarkable seasoned professionals and ground breaking newcomers that comprise our exciting field!
First Roundtable breakout topics:
- Introduce yourself
- What was your biggest lesson learned during pandemic?
- What’s your favorite part of your job, or what’s been your favorite project in school?
Second Roundtable breakout topics:
- Introduce yourself
- What project are you the most excited about right now?
- What should the AMI start, stop, or continue doing?
Feel free to answer one or all of these! Please send any suggestions to email@example.com.
Session 5: Brödel Memorial Lecture
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST
CEUs: 1 hr Biomed
The evolution of care for the patient with cleft lip and palate will review historical perspective, timeline for provision of care, and the burden of care. The historical perspective will emphasize the interdisciplinary team approach, the Standards of Care developed by the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association, and the burden of care as seen through the tool of the Treatment Timeline cleft lip and palate.Patricia Beals, DMD is a Medical Director for the Barrow Cleft and Craniofacial Center where she also serves as Craniofacial Orthodontist. Dr. Beals is the 2020 President of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association. Her path to craniofacial...