ISPS-US Sixteenth Annual Meeting: Psychosis in Context: Exploring Intersections in Diverse Identities and Extreme States
PAPERS are 60 minutes long, including 15-20 minutes for discussion. PANELS can include two or three papers, with a chair, and with or without a discussant.? Panels can be 60 or 90 minutes long, including 15-20 minutes for discussion. ALTERNATIVE FORMATS, such as conversation hours and book talks, are 60 minutes long.
ALL PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Title of presentation (maximum of 15 words)
Type of presentation (paper, panel, or alternative) and length (60 or 90 minutes)
Abstract (maximum of 300 words)
The following for each presenter (only those who will actually be present, not absent coauthors):
Designated contact person if more than one presenter
Audio/visual requirements (we do our best to accommodate but cannot guarantee all equipment)
Any of the following statements:
I DO give permission for my presentation to be videoed and sold by ISPS-US (smaller audience).
I DO give permission for my presentation to be videoed and posted for free on YouTube by ISPS-US.
I DO NOT give permission for my presentation to be videoed or distributed by ISPS-US.
Expected experience level of target audience:
INTRODUCTORY:? No prior knowledge of specific content required.
INTERMEDIATE:? Some prior knowledge, but no in-depth knowledge, required.
ADVANCED:? Significant knowledge of the specific topic required.
Three learning objectives, including measurable goals, stating what the participant will be able to do to demonstrate learning - See examples here.
Three or more bibliographic references that support the validity of the presentation content, that are within the last 5 years.
DEADLINE: Proposals must be submitted at www.isps-us.org by May 29, 2017.
Incomplete/late proposals will not be accepted. Proposals will not be accepted by mail or email. Questions about the submission process should be emailed to Karen Stern at email@example.com. Questions regarding content of proposals should be sent to Meeting Chair, Khaki Marino, PhD, LCSW (Experts@isps-us.org).
NOTE: ALL PRESENTERS MUST REGISTER AND PAY to attend the meeting. ACCEPTED PRESENTERS MUST SUBMIT ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK in a timely manner. THE CONTACT PERSON IS RESPONSIBLE for keeping ISPS-US informed of any changes in contact information or if any presenters are unable to attend.