It’s not too early to think about next year’s annual conference, where emergency physicians will enjoy a city famous for its unique and diverse culture, rich history, loyal residents, amazing food, and too many tourist destinations to list in one article.
Explore This IssueACEP14 Daily News Wednesday: Vol 33 - No10C - October 2014
ACEP15 is Oct. 26–29 in Boston, and the College is already working to make your trip to the East Coast enjoyable and educational. Over the past few years, we’ve added more social events to our annual conference and tried to improve every aspect of the meeting. Emergency medicine education will always be the focal point, but ACEP members are also coming in record numbers because of trips outside the convention center—events such as our opening and closing celebrations—and great destination cities.
Get Your Boston Hotel Now
Know you’ll be at ACEP15? It’s not too early to reserve your hotel room! Visit OnPeak, ACEP’s official housing partner, to reserve now, and pay later. Visit the onPeak desk near registration in W 183 ABC, McCormick Place West or visit onpeak.co/acep15.
Boston lends itself to these after-hours events and tourist destinations quite well—here’s why.
More to See and Do
Every day is a new day in Boston. Parks and green spaces are sprouting up all over, new hotels have recently opened and more are soon to break ground, new restaurants are joining Boston’s distinctive dining scene, and the vibrant Seaport District has added to the city’s already dynamic downtown neighborhoods. Additionally, Logan International Airport’s recent upgrades and improved passenger services are making it easier than ever to get in and out of the city while new sights and attractions are providing more to see and do while they’re here.
New Green Space
Boston’s Rose F. Kennedy Greenway is a series of parks and green spaces that curve around the city and connect several neighborhoods. Each set of parks within the Greenway—North End, Wharf District, Fort Point Channel, Dewey Square, and Chinatown—has a unique design that reflects the distinct character of each Boston neighborhood. Visitors strolling The Greenway will find a one-of-a-kind carousel, art exhibitions, fountains, and sculptures, as well as one of the largest free public WiFi networks in the state. The Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion recently opened on The Greenway and serves as a gateway to the Boston Harbor Islands national park area.