2024 SDMS Virtual Conference Call for Proposals

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Signup Deadline: 11-03-2023
Starts: 04-19-2024
Ends: 04-21-2024


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Held in the spring, the SDMS Virtual Conference is a travel-free, online-only learning experience that enables sonographers, sonography students, and physicians from around the world to network and learn. In addition to earning SDMS CME credits, the educational program provides attendees with knowledge and skills in new sonographic techniques, diagnostic accuracy, enhancements of sonographic instrumentation, and practice management strategies. 

2024 SDMS Virtual Conference: April 19 - 21, 2024

Proposal Submission Requirements:
  • Title 
  • Description
  • Content Level
  • Specialty

Speaker Responsibilities (once proposal is accepted and speaker contract is executed):
  • Prepare a presentation that is 50 minutes in length (to be reviewed by the EMC and SDMS staff);
  • Record presentation on the date assigned by the SDMS staff; and
  • Answer questions from conference attendees while session is live streaming.

Speaker Honorarium:
The following speaker honorarium is available to speakers (where applicable) and is outlined in detail in the speaker services agreement upon acceptance of this proposal. 
  • Complimentary full conference registration;
  • 3x the amount of SDMS CME credit for delivering the presentation; 
  • One year of SDMS membership OR $100 stipend; and 
  • 50% discount on registration fees for the SDMS Annual Conference.

Submission Review Deadline for the 2024 SDMS Virtual Conference: November 3, 2023

Note: Each submitted proposal is carefully reviewed and will be considered by the SDMS Event Management Committee (EMC). Not all submitted proposals will be selected.

Volunteers Needed:

30 (30 open slots)

Experience Required:

Experience Level Varies


Alyssa Meek
Engagement & Outreach Manager
Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography