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34th Annual Women in Medicine Conference


Hilton Burlington

60 Battery Street, Burlington, Vermont

SAVE THE DATE FOR 2017 - MAY 31-JUNE 4 AT THE HILTON - BURLINGTON, VERMONT!!!  Please CLICK HERE to submit your proposal for a plenary, workshop, longitudinal workshop or poster. Deadline is October 31, 2016

Plenary Session:  Plenary Sessions are from 45 to 60 minutes in length and will be the only presentation offered during that time period.  Preference will be given to proposals that relate to medical topics.  Panel presentations are also possible as plenary sessions.

Workshops:  There will be multiple workshops scheduled concurrently. These will be 40 to 45 minutes in length. Presentations may focus on any topic of interest to lesbian physicians or their partners.

Longitudinal Workshops:  We are seeking leaders for traditional small group sessions.  These sessions tend to be 30 to 45 minutes in length and will be offered several times during the conference to maintain continuity of discussion. Leaders are not required to be trained facilitators and newcomers are welcome.

Medical Student, Residents and Fellows Research Poster Presentation:  Women In Medicine is seeking poster presentations from our talented medical students, residents and fellows. Part of the Burlington program will be dedicated to poster presentations, to allow for our up and coming attendees to share their research at a national, multi-disciplinary conference. If selected, presenters will be provided with formal letters to their training programs to help secure time and funding for the conference. 


#10 Beautiful Scenery.
#9 Home of Ben & Jerry’s, The Vermont Teddy Bear, Lake Champlain Chocolate and some of the best    Beer and Cheese in the country!
#8 Narrated cruises aboard The Spirit of Ethan Allen.
#7 Lake Champlain. The 6th largest lake in the US.
#6 Great Restaurants. Unofficially, the highest number of trained chefs per capita.
#5 Family Activities: swimming, sailing, hiking, biking, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center...
#4 5 Mile Bike Path along the lake and right across the street from the hotel!
#3 The Arts. Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s outside concerts, Friday Afternoon Jazz, St. Michael’s Playhouse!
#2 Shelburne Museum, Ethan Allen Homestead, Robert Hull Fleming Museum of Art.
#1 Friendly people - Especially those great CME folks!

Vermont's largest city - and only city of any size - lies in a beautiful location on a hillside overlooking Lake Champlain and the skyline of the Adirondack mountains, on the opposite shore in New York. The thriving downtown reaches right to the shore, but its main shopping district is a few streets above on Church Street. There is almost always something happening in this broad, car-free space lined by shops and restaurants. Crowning the hill is the stately campus of the University of Vermont, which gives Burlington a young, hip vibe. Don't expect a big city, but do expect to find a high concentration of arts and cultural attractions, as well as plenty of active options for tourists to enjoy. Burlington has a high population of artists and fine quality craftspeople, whose works you'll see in the many galleries and studios throughout the city and surrounding towns. The Flynn Theater is a magnet for top national and international performers and music, and Burlington is home to the Vermont Symphone Orchestra as well as music and theater groups at the university. 

For more information, please visit: University of Vermont Website or email:   Women in Medicine or Karen Whitcomb






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