Business Attire. Comfortable walking shoes are strongly recommended. Also see “Dinner Dance.”
For a list of the top Vancouver restaurants and to see
local physicians’ favorite recommendations, click here.
Bring your platform shoes, leisure suits and disco
outfits, as we dance the night away at the
Presidential Dinner Dance, 1970s-style! Active Members of the Aesthetic Society (both
domestic and international) and their registered
spouses receive complimentary tickets to the
Presidential Dinner Dance.
Additional tickets are available for purchase for
ASAPS Candidates and Life Members, as well as
guest surgeons, both domestic and international. Seating arrangements for the Dinner Dance will be available through our website. Your registration confirmation will include a link to make your own seat selections for the Dinner Dance.
Want to rent a 1970’s costume? Click here for local costume shops.
“Friends of Bill W”
There will be a meeting for “Friends of Bill W” during The Aesthetic Meeting 2012 at 12:30pm – 1:30pm on Saturday, May 5. The meeting room location will be printed in the Program Book. For further information, please contact James Fernau, MD at (412) 715-6320 or via e-mail at: email@example.com
Message Center / Internet Email Stations
The electronic message center and internet email stations will be located near the Registration Area in the West Building of the Vancouver Convention Center, Level 1. The Aesthetic Society’s Message Center number is: 778-331-7610.
Temperature / Weather
The average May high temperature is is 64º F/17º C.
Policy on Faculty, Sponsor and Attendee Disclosure
The Aesthetic Society policy requires the faculty to disclose real or apparent conflicts of interest relating to topics of the educational activity, and to also disclose off-label/unapproved uses of drugs or devices mentioned during their presentation(s) and during question and answer periods. Detailed disclosures will be made in the course descriptions and at the time of presentation. Attendees providing comments or asking questions during presentations are also required to disclose all commercial interests.