ISPS-US Virtual Conference 2021:
Moving Toward Shared Understandings in Psychosis and Extreme States:
Professional, Individual, and Family Perspectives
November 5-7, 2021
All presentations are one hour long and online. Please understand that we cannot accept every proposal. Proposals will be judged by their abstracts. We encourage presenters to create panels. All accepted presenters must pay the registration fee or request a scholarship. Scholarships are not guaranteed and must be requested early, when registration opens. Presenters who would like to be considered for the Bert Karon Memorial Prize should submit a summary of their presentation by October 1. Please keep ISPS-US informed of any changes. No additional presenters accepted after July 5. More details and the submission form are available at www.isps-us.org. The submission deadline is July 5, 2021.
ISPS-US is in the process of expanding its educational programming, with the hope that over the next year we can offer more frequent webinars. All proposals not accepted for this conference will be considered (with permission) for our webinars.
Every presenter must complete the online conflict of interest disclosure.
To complete this process, please go to https://forms.gle/6UcSKJNuxjSz19vc9.
Directions: If you are submitting more than one proposal, you must complete a separate form for each proposal. (You do not need to submit all of your personal information, bio and CV again, just your name and the presentation information.) If you begin this form and can't complete it, click SUBMIT, and then you can come back later and enter the rest. There is no need to repeat what you have already submitted. You must click SUBMIT every time for us to receive your proposal.
You must supply all of the information for each presenter, and all presenters must sign the disclosure form, before your proposal will be considered. You will be directed to the online disclosure form after you complete this form.
The submission deadline for all proposals and disclosure forms is July 5, 2021.
ALL PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Note: Poster presentations are not for credit and will not be recorded, so their proposals do not need to include video permission, learning objectives, references or target audience. All other proposals must include all items.