Medical Association Sees Nearly 50 Percent Spike in Attendance

At a time when many associations are seeing participation levels plummet, ADAA’s attendance jumped 43 percent at the association’s 2010 conference in Baltimore

It’s been said in recent years that flat is the new up, meaning that just holding the line on convention attendance is an accomplishment in this economy. But that’s not the case with the Anxiety Disorders Association of America.

At a time when many associations are seeing participation levels plummet, ADAA’s attendance jumped 43 percent to 933 at the association’s 2010 conference in Baltimore, March 4-7. Since 2007, when the meeting attracted 448 delegates, attendance rates hav

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