Arizona Psychiatric Society invites Arizona psychiatric residents or medical students to submit an abstract for consideration for the Arizona Psychiatric Society 2022 Annual Meeting Yukari Kawamoto, MD Memorial Poster Session (a judged poster presentation opportunity as part of its 2022 Annual Meeting), and furthermore invites Arizona psychiatric physicians to a peer voting poster presentation opportunity relating to its 2022 Annual Meeting. For consideration, please submit an abstract of 3000 characters or less (including spaces). Abstract submissions should be made by midnight, May 30, 2022. You must register to attend the meeting in order to present. Poster content will be shared through video recordings presented virtually in the form of PowerPoint slides, and presenters will be given nine minutes presentation time. Video recordings will be made available in advance, with live virtual Q&A from the judges or peers, as the case may be, held on Thursday, June 16, 2022. For any questions, please contact Teri (602-316-3241 (cell), email@example.com). Please also refer to the APS Resident-Fellow and Medical Student Poster Guidelines or the APS Psychiatric Physician Peer Poster Guidelines, as applicable, for additional information.
PLEASE NOTE: The Poster Session of the Arizona Psychiatric Society 2022 Annual Meeting will be held virtually, with video recordings of the posters shared for all attendees, and poster authors requested to be present for a virtual, live Q&A session on Thursday, June 16, 2022. Accepted poster presenters will receive instructions on pre-recording their presentations. Depending upon the volume of accepted submissions, there may be a limit to the number of poster authors invited to be present for the virtual, live Q&A session.