Call for Abstracts
We urge AAAP members, clinicians, researchers, health professionals, and students to participate in the AAAP Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium by submitting abstracts for workshop, paper and poster presentations.
Submissions must be submitted online no later than July 1, 2016.
The following guidelines apply for submission of presentations. All presenters must also register for the 27th Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium.
- Paper Presentations offer an opportunity to briefly present research findings and/or data on clinical experiences. These presentations are 10 minutes in duration followed by an additional 5 minute question/answer period.
- Posters are displayed during the conference with the author(s) hosting informal discussions about their work.
- Workshops are 90-minute sessions which emphasize an interactive skills development process around a specific topic. The emphasis will be on audience participation in engaging discussions, skill-building exercises, innovative techniques for participating, etc. Participation in workshops should impact attendee’s teaching, clinical, policy and/or administrative work.
The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry strongly encourages abstract submissions for paper, posters, and workshops presentations by racial and ethnic minorities and women, as well as other underrepresented groups.
Disclaimer: AAAP is a private, non-profit organization which reserves the right to remove any presentation from its’ public forums if questions arise that may compromise the reputation of AAAP. Presentations may be withdrawn by AAAP for various reasons which include, but are not limited to: 1) concerns about pharmaceutical or private corporate influence on or funding for work to be presented, 2) questions regarding the research methodology, analysis and conclusions, or 3) evidence that data was altered or misrepresented.