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June 6 | Noon–3 p.m. Central | Virtual

The SPS June 2021 Meeting will be held on a virtual platform.

June 2021 Sections Meetings

Registration is now open for the June 2021 Sections Meetings to be held virtually June 4-6 & 11. Registration is free for AMA members and closes May 23.


Review the AMA Code of Conduct for ensuring professional and ethical behavior at AMA events and functions, and the association's zero tolerance for any type of harassing conduct.

The agenda for the date and times of sessions and events, and instructions on how to access the meeting platform will be posted once available.

SPS meeting documents will be posted as they become available

Between April 12–23, shape SPS policy by reviewing and commenting on SPS resolutions and other items of business in advance of the virtual SPS Assembly Meeting.

New to the policymaking process? Access our new education module, How AMA Policy is Made, and learn how SPS members influence the AMA’s policymaking efforts.

The SPS Assembly town hall meeting will take place on April 29 at 7 p.m. Central.

In order to develop consensus opinions of SPS reports and resolutions, SPS members meet via teleconference prior to the AMA HOD Handbook deadlines. A majority vote of those present via teleconference helps guide the actions of the SPS delegate and alternate delegate. The virtual meeting is open to all SPS members who choose to participate.

If you plan to attend, please register by April 28.

June 6 | 1–2:00 p.m. Central

Any SPS member who attends will be considered part of the assembly and may introduce new items of business related to the section and review items of interest to seniors in the HOD Handbook.

Information about education sessions, including CME availability, will be posted once available.

Noon–1:00 p.m. Central

  • The COVID-19 “long-hauler” syndrome–facts, fallacies and the unknown

2–3:00 p.m. Central

  • The future of aging and its impact on health care: If we live healthier, can we live longer? 
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