2016 ADHD Conference and Symposium
January 22-23, 2016
CALL FOR POSTER SUBMISSIONS
Deadline: December 18, 2015
The University of Alabama, together with a statewide advisory committee, is accepting abstracts for poster presentation at the 2016 ADHD Conference & Symposium. This southeast regional conference will bring together a multidisciplinary group of experts to share their research and interventions on ADHD.
Poster submissions are accepted through midnight December 18, 2015. The advisory committee will review all abstracts and poster submitters will be notified of the acceptance (or rejection) of their poster by December 23, 2015.
The Program Committee retains the right to request additional information, ask that changes be made to improve a poster, or reject a poster the Committee does not find relevant to the meeting or that does not follow the guidelines for submission. No changes can be made after proposals have been submitted unless the Committee has specifically requested that change.
Only the person who submits the proposal will receive correspondence relating to the submission. The submitter must notify all authors of the status of the proposal. Submitter information is only used for communications about the submission, such as notification of acceptance or rejection of the proposal.
An individual may be a first author on only one proposal. However, that individual may be a co-author/ presenter on multiple poster proposals. Poster presenters are responsible for their own travel expenses, accommodations, and conference registration fee. This rule applies to participants and poster presenters. You can register onsite at the event, but early registrants receive a special early bird registration rate before December 23, 2015. More information about conference registration is available online at http://training.ua.edu/adhd/adhd-register.php
Guidelines for submission of abstracts:
- All submissions must be on the topic of ADHD
• Abstracts must be received no later than midnight(central time) December 18, 2015
• The abstract text should be no longer than 300 words maximum and should include the
following: purpose of the study or the hypotheses tested, study setting, participants,
diagnosis or intervention tested (if applicable), results, and conclusions.
• The abstract should include first and last names of the author(s) and affiliation details.
• Authors will receive notice of the reviewers’ decision by December 23.
Submit your abstract using this online form:
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