Exhibit Hall & Industry Forums
Learn about new products and services relevant to neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic professionals while you attend the AANEM Annual Meeting. Each year the exhibit hall hosts an exciting showcase of companies providing one convenient location to view demonstrations and/or talk personally with vendors to get the information you need to make informed purchasing decisions for your practice and to stay on the cutting-edge of available technology.
The AANEM has taken steps to maintain valued industry partnerships without compromising the independence and credibility of its programs. We routinely review and revise the guidelines governing industry participation to ensure the guidelines are appropriate, comprehensive, and unambiguous. Our guidelines, policies, and processes are based on and follow those provided by the ACCME and AMA.
2017 Industry Forums
Friday, September 16
List as of 8/24/2016.
AANEM CME Programming
All CME sessions that are offered as part of the official AANEM Annual Meeting program are developed and implemented solely by the AANEM Annual Meeting education planning committees and the AANEM staff. Industry has no role in selecting program topics, faculty, and directors or in planning program content for the sessions offered by the AANEM. Industry influence or promotion on slides or computer-based presentations is prohibited, and presenters are asked to avoid any use of brand names. All presenters must disclose in writing any relationships to industry that relate to the topic being discussed. Any faculty who refuses to disclose will be disqualified from involvement in the CME activity. If there is a conflict, the AANEM has a mechanism to identify and resolve all conflicts of interest before the educational activity is delivered to learners. Disclosures are published in the AANEM Meeting Guide. Presenters are required to state explicitly that they understand and will adhere to the AANEM guidelines. Industry partners that provide educational grants also must sign agreements stating they will adhere to AANEM, ACCME, and AMA guidelines.