About the ACMI Winter Symposium
The annual winter symposium is a three-day scientific program event held around February each year, with morning sessions and afternoons and evenings dedicated to recreational and social activities. Throughout the meeting, fellows and families come together for continental breakfasts and hospitality time. We cap the social activities with a dinner on Saturday evening. View past Winter Symposiums in the Meeting Archives under Meetings and Events.
History of the Winter Symposium
Fellows and their families participate in the annual American College of Medical Informatics' Symposium. This is a four-day event starting on a Thursday evening and ending on a Sunday around noon, consisting of three days of four-hour morning sessions for plenary and breakout discussions, with afternoons and evenings dedicated to recreational and social activities. The Symposium is started with a welcome reception and buffet on Thursday evening. Throughout the weekend, fellows and families come together for continental breakfasts and hospitality time.
Since 1993, a group of fellows and their families have enjoyed stimulating discussions on relevant current topics, an opportunity to share ideas and activities, and the chance to become better acquainted with colleagues and their families during the Symposium.