Registration Fees

Even though we are still offering educational programming, if you would like to cancel you will need to notify us via e-mail ( that you would like a refund no later than March 30, 2020 with no penalty. 

Registration fees for all spouses/guests, ROUR, and Fellowship Exam will be  refunded.

AAOMP Members Registration Fee – $695.00 | $795.00 On or After March 31

Emeritus Fellow and Life Member Registration Fee – $350.00 | $450.00 On or After March 31

Non-Member Registration Fee – $800.00 | $900.00 On or After March 31

Resident/Student Registration Fee – $350.00 | $450.00 On or After March 31

Spouse/Additional Guests Registration Fee – $350.00 | $450.00 On or After March 31st (Welcome, Spouse, Resident and President Receptions and Spouse Breakfasts included) | 

Registration Acknowledgement

You will receive immediate confirmation of your registration. 

Changes to Your Registrations

Changes to your registration will not be accepted over the phone. Changes must be in writing via:


Mail: AAOMP, 401 W. St. Charles Rd., Lombard, IL 60148

Cancellations and Refunds

Cancellations must be advised in writing to the AAOMP Headquarters office. Cancellations received on or before April 10, 2020 will receive a refund of registration fees, less and administrative charge of $175.00. Registration fee refunds for cancellations received after April 10, 2020 will be at the discretion of the Executive Council. Eligible refunds will be issued after the conclusion of the meeting.

Checks/Money Order/Bank Draft

  • Please make payable to AAOMP
  • All payments must be in U.S. dollars
  • ACH Transfers are available on request

Credit Card

All major credit cards are accepted: American Express, Bankcard, MasterCard and Visa. Credit card payments will appear as AAOMP on your credit card statement.

By virtue of registration, AAOMP Annual Meeting attendees agree to abide by the Meeting Policies and Code of Conduct, and that the photos taken by AAOMP will be utilized in future meeting promotions.

Camera / Video Recording Policy:

Use of cameras, photography, camera phones and any video or recording equipment is strictly prohibited in all educational sessions. Violations of this policy will result in immediate removal from the session and confiscation of the equipment.

Misuse of Name Badges:

Under no circumstance is an attendee who has received instructions on signing into the Virtual Meeting permitted to give that information to another individual who is or is not a paid attendee to the meeting. Fraudulently allowing an individual to gain access to educational sessions using another’s credentials is grounds for CE to be withheld.

Fair and Balanced Content:

All speakers are required to complete a disclosure form of their financial relationships as well as an attestation form. All speakers are required to disclose their relevant financial relationships both verbally and in the first slide of their presentation. Speaker disclosures will be posted online.

Disclosure of Commercial Interest:

All participants in presentations AND discussion sessions are required to disclose any commercial interests. This includes audience members who participate in question-and-answer sessions. Although members of industry are allowed to sit in on general educational sessions as silent observers, participation in question-and-answer sessions or otherwise is strictly prohibited based on CERP guidelines for fair and balanced content.

Americans with Disabilities Act:

AAOMP wishes to take steps to ensure that no individual with a disability is excluded, denied services, segregated or otherwise treated differently than other individuals because of the absence of auxiliary aids and services. If you require any auxiliary aids or services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act in order to attend any AAOMP program, please indicate your needs in the online registration form or contact the AAOMP office prior to arrival via e-mail or by calling 630-510-4552.

Code of Conduct

The Academy expects all AAOMP Annual Meeting attendees to maintain high standards of professional conduct and uphold the policies and procedures set forth for the AAOMP Annual Meeting. To the degree that attendees – individually or collectively – purposefully and fraudulently circumvent the Academy’s rules, regulations and ethical standards, the Academy views such conduct as a serious violation that will jeopardize attendance at the meeting and could jeopardize attendance at future Academy meetings.