NAPNAP is accepting abstracts for industry-sponsored posters for the 2020 National Conference, to be held March 25 - 28, 2020 at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center.
The industry-sponsored poster abstracts are reviewed by the Research Committee, but at a later time than the Research/Clinical Project abstracts. These abstracts and related posters depict the outcomes of research that has been sponsored by industry. The posters are excluded from the competitive judging process. There is also a fee associated with submission and review of these abstracts. The call for industry-sponsored poster abstracts is announced separately. For more information, please contact Simone Daley, Program Specialist, at 917-746-8295 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Identification of an Industry-Sponsored Abstract
Abstract should be clearly submitted as an “industry sponsored” abstract. If the principal investigator received some unrestricted support for a project, but maintained full control over the design, implementation, and analysis of a project, it is not “industry sponsored”. An example of this would be a NAPNAP Immunization grant sponsored project. If the researchers or presenters are employees of a pharmaceutical or related corporation, or the project was otherwise directed or solely funded by a corporation, the poster is considered to be industry-sponsored.
2020 National Conference Exhibitor rates: $200 exhibitor rate; $350 Non-exhibitor rate
Format for Abstract Submission
Format for Poster Presentation
Abstracts can be submitted as e-mail attachments (in Microsoft Word) to email@example.com. Payment must be received in order for the abstract to be forwarded to the review committee. Make checks payable to: NAPNAP. Credit card will not be charged if poster is not accepted. NAPNAP is a 501(c)(6) non-profit professional association. Tax ID#23-7403934
Deadline: January 24, 2020– Notification Date: February 22, 2020
If the poster/research study has been previously presented or published at another event or in a publication, a disclaimer needs to be added to the poster identifying where and when it was previously presented and/or published.