The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has announced plans to hold its first virtual annual meeting in February 2021. The ACA says the online format will enable the organization to bring members of the chiropractic profession together to learn, advocate, and network while ensuring the highest level of safety for all participants amid continuing COVID-19 concerns.
ACA’s annual meeting, ACA Engage, normally takes place every winter in Washington, D.C. It is the chiropractic profession’s premier national conference, attended by doctors of chiropractic, chiropractic assistants (CAs) and students, as well as vendors who serve the industry. The ACA House of Delegates also convenes during the annual meeting to chart the future direction of the association.
“In addition to providing dynamic content and opportunities to learn, advocate and grow as leaders, the health and safety of our members and colleagues is a top priority of ACA Engage this year,” said ACA President Robert C. Jones, DC. “Using new tools as well as best practices gleaned from other organizations who have faced similar challenges, we are excited to move forward with Engage 2021 as a fully virtual experience.”
Earlier this year, ACA transitioned its Faculty Symposium and its Student Leadership Conference to virtual formats. Both events were well attended and garnered positive reviews from participants.
Visit acatoday.org/Engage for more information about the annual meeting as it becomes available.