AUA Summit - Course Information


Course Information

AUA2022 – Speakers

Thank you for your participation as part of an educational program at the 2022 AUA Annual Meeting.

Listed below are the AUA2022 critical dates for course faculty members.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact We look forward to working with you!

Critical Dates

December 14, 2021
AUA Annual Meeting Registration Opens

February 1, 2022
COI/Disclosure Information Due

February 7, 2022
Course Materials Upload Site Opens
Presentation Upload Site Opens

March 25, 2022
Deadline for Course Materials Submission

April 15, 2022
Deadline for Course Faculty to Upload Presentations, unless otherwise instructed by AUA Staff

Audience Response System Presentations Due

  • Review guidelines if your course has been assigned an Audience Response System (ARS)

April 25, 2022
Instructional Course Materials Available Online and on the Mobile App to Registered Course Attendees

May 13-16, 2022
AUA2022 Annual Meeting

Course Materials Guidelines

  • Please let us know if you intend for your submitted materials to be used as your course presentation.
  • Course materials are provided by the Course Director to highlight the main points of the talk and to clearly underscore the take home message of the session.

Course Presentation

  1. The Course Director is responsible for reaching out to faculty members and coordinating the presentation(s) and course materials.
  2. Course Directors must provide a course agenda in both the course materials and the final course presentation, which includes the order of presentations.
  3. Course Directors must identify for AUA staff any presentations, which may contain discussion of new or evolving topics that are not, or not yet, based on current science, evidence and clinical reasoning. AUA Staff will work with the Course Director and faculty to ensure that both the course agenda and slide of presentation include the following disclosure to learners, "The audience is advised that this content may contain discussions of topics that are new or evolving that are not, or net yet, based on current science, evidence and clinical reasoning."
  4. You must go to the Speaker Ready Room at least 24 hours prior to your presentation. No changes can be made following this point.
  5. No presentation changes can be made in the course room. All presentations will be pushed from the Speaker Ready Room.
  6. Please arrive to the course room at least 15 minutes prior to your presentation.

Conflict of Interest Review

  • The AUA Is accredited by the ACCME and as accredited educational activities, all instructional courses are subject to review by the AUA Conflict of Interest (COI) Work Group. The group's mission is to assist the Office of Education in the review of content to ensure the highest quality continuing medical education that is scientifically valid and free of bias or promotion. Your presentation may be selected for peer review and you will be notified by the AUA Office of Education if any changes are required.
  • AUA Office of Education Staff also review presentations for compliance with the ACCME Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Education. Pursuant to this review, we may ask for more information or for you to make non-material, non-clinical changes to your presentation to comply with these requirements.
  • In deference of this review process, faculty are required to adhere to the presentation deadline.

Don't forget to visit the Speaker Ready Room at least 24 hours prior to the course presentation.

Please arrive to the course room at least 15 min prior to your presentation.