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SUBMISSION FOR ABSTRACTS, SYMPOSIUM AND MORNING ROUNDTABLE/PANEL DISCUSSION

NASPOG is accepting submissions for:

Individual Oral Presentation or Poster Presentation (Abstract)
Symposium
Morning Roundtable / Panel Discussion

Deadline for submission is Sunday, December 12, 2021

Below you'll find more information for the different submissions. 

The Scientific Committee welcomes submissions for abstracts, symposium, & round-tables in the following categories:

  • Abortion
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Basic Science
  • Clinical Interventions
  • Eating Disorders
  • Education/Training
  • Endocrinology
  • Fertility
  • Gender Identity Care
  • Infant Mental Health and/or Parenting
  • Innovative Models of Care
  • Mood Disorders
  • Nutrition
  • OCD and Related Disorders
  • Pharmacologic Treatment
  • Psycho-Oncology
  • Psychotic Disorders
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Reproductive Justice
  • Sexuality
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Social Media
  • Stress
  • Substance Abuse
  • Trauma
  • Other
Individual Oral Presentation or Poster Presentation (Abstract)

Please keep in mind that:

  • Individual talks are 20-minute presentations. Accepted individual talks will be grouped thematically into sessions by the review panel. The panel will also assign a moderator for the session. Submissions will be either assigned as talk or poster.
  • Reviewers may consider NASPOG's strategic plan when evaluating submissions that are of equivalent scientific merit.

Role Description

  • Presenting Author: This author must be the person who presents the individual presentation or poster.

Symposium
Please keep in mind that:

  • Symposia are 90 minutes in length total allowing for maximum of 4-5 presenters (including discussant).
  • Symposia must be organized and submitted as a group of presentations. A chair is required; a discussant is optional.
  • Symposia must have representation from multiple institutions.
  • Reviewers may consider NASPOG's strategic plan when evaluating submissions that are of equivalent scientific merit.

Role Descriptions

  • Chair (required): 2 chairs are permitted if there is no discussant. A chair enters all information into the submission website for the Paper Symposium. The chair(s) organizes and directs the symposium session, introduces the presenters, and ensures that time limits are strictly observed. The chair(s) should be prepared to lead, stimulate, and coordinate the open discussion with the audience.
  • Discussant (optional if only 1 Chair): The role of a discussant is to comment on the papers included in the symposium.

Morning Roundtable / Panel Discussion
Please keep in mind that:

  • A Morning Roundtable is 90 minutes in length total.
  • A Morning Roundtable must have representation from multiple institutions.
  • Reviewers may consider NASPOG's strategic plan when evaluating submissions that are of equivalent scientific merit.
  • A Morning Roundtable does not include PowerPoint slides. A PowerPoint presentation will not be permitted.
  • Involvement from the audience is encouraged and at least 30 minutes should be open for interactive discussion between panelists and the audience.

Role Descriptions

  • Moderator (required): 1 moderator is permitted. The moderator organizes the roundtable and enters all information into the submission website. A moderator directs the discussion with and among panelists during the roundtable and makes sure that all participants have an equal opportunity to speak. Moderators are strongly encouraged to incorporate a diverse group of panelists from multiple disciplines into their sessions. The moderator presents a list of significant questions around one cohesive topic to the panelists for comment and interactive discussion. These questions, which may address theoretical and/or methodological issues, should be compelling (e.g., cutting- edge; related to controversies in the field), and stimulate discussion among panelists and the audience.
  • Panelists (required): The 3 or 4 panelists should be prepared to address and debate the questions/topics presented by the moderator and adhere to the timeline provided by the moderator.
  • Integrative Statement and Description
  • Prepare a 250-word integrative statement that summarizes the nature and significance of the proposed topic. Integrative statements will be viewable in the online program schedule.
  • Prepare a 1,000-word description of the session, including the questions/topics to be discussed proposed and the name of the panelist who will address each. Descriptions are for review purposes only.
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