2022 Districts IV & VII Annual District Meeting

Together in Wellness: Reflect, Recharge, Reengage

Asheville, North Carolina | Sep 30- Oct 2, 2022


Make plans to join friends and colleagues at the Districts IV and VII Annual District Meeting, September 30 to October 2 in Asheville, North Carolina, at the Omni Grove Park Inn. Don't miss the chance to network and connect in-person while learning from leading experts in the field.

This year's theme is "Together in Wellness: Reflect, Recharge, Reengage" and we are excited to do that in the beautiful mountains of Asheville. The Annual District Meeting was designed specifically to give you the opportunity and time to network and learn about all facets of physician wellness from leaders around the country.

Whether you're attending mentorship mingle sessions, testing your knowledge at the Stump the Professors session, hearing about new and exciting information in the Donald F. Richardson Junior Fellow oral presentations, or enjoying the charming city of Asheville, you're sure to enjoy yourself at this year's meeting.

Registration will open soon. Please look out for emails or visit this page for updates.

Call for Films, Abstracts, and Cases

The ACOG Districts IV and VII Scientific Program Committee is now accepting films, abstracts, and Stump the Professor cases for the 2022 Annual District Meeting.

Film Festival

Ready to see your film on the big screen? Submit your film for the film festival that will take place on Saturday, October 1. Selected presenters will receive complimentary conference registration and cash prizes.

Submit films by Tuesday, July 12 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Submit Your Film


Submit your research to gain well-deserved recognition and a chance to showcase your hard work to your colleagues.

Submit films by Tuesday, July 12 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Submit Your Abstract

Stump the Professor

Junior Fellow members are invited to submit their interesting cases for Stump the Professor. The winning cases will be presented for discussion at the Annual District Meeting on Sunday, October 2. Selected presenters will receive complimentary conference registration.

Submit cases by Tuesday, July 12 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Submit Your Case

The Scientific Program Committee conducts identity-hidden reviews of all submitted abstracts, Stump the Professor cases, and films. In order to minimize the risk of bias in the review process, please do not refer to the name of any medical school, hospital, or other institution in the text of your submissions. If accepted, you will be able to include this information in your oral or poster presentation.

Contact District IV at [email protected] with any questions.