The ACOFP Congress of Delegates will have virtual
reference committees given their success earlier this year. Based upon feedback, the date has been moved to Saturday, March 5, and the reference committees are sequential so that delegates may attend all of them if you choose.
To allow delegates to make the most of the CME programming and expanded networking opportunities, sessions 1 and 2 of the ACOFP Congress of Delegates will all take place live, in-person
on Wednesday, March 16, starting at 3 pm CT in Dallas, Texas. No Congress will be held on Thursday so delegates must be able to commit to arriving by 2 pm CT on Wednesday, March 16 to be credentialed.
STATE DELEGATION COMPOSITION
As provided for in the bylaws of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, Article V, Section 1, the total number of delegates and alternate delegates allocated to each state society has been computed according to the number of active members in your ACOFP state society as of November 12.
The certified list of delegates and alternate delegates should be submitted and emailed to Annie DeVries at email@example.com
by January 15.
Any reports, resolutions, or other business for this meeting should be submitted by January 15
to Annie DeVries at firstname.lastname@example.org
so that they can be posted on the ACOFP website and available to Delegates for review in advance.
Resolutions received prior to January 15
would be greatly appreciated. Resolutions submitted after January 15 or during the Congress may only be accepted by approval of the Congress Speaker or by consent of two-thirds of the Congress Delegates present, provided two-thirds of the seated Delegates are in attendance.
The agenda and contents will be posted two weeks prior to Congress.
If you have any questions about the 2022 Congress, please contact ACOFP Executive Assistant Annie DeVries at email@example.com
or call 847-952-5109.