Arizona Psychiatric Society Poster Abstract Submission for Annual Meeting - 2023

Arizona Psychiatric Society invites Arizona psychiatric residents or medical students to submit an abstract for consideration for the Arizona Psychiatric Society 2023 Annual Meeting Yukari Kawamoto, MD Memorial Poster Session (a judged poster presentation opportunity as part of its 2023 Annual Meeting), and furthermore invites Arizona psychiatric physicians to a peer voting poster presentation opportunity relating to its 2023 Annual Meeting.  For consideration, please submit an abstract of 3000 characters or less (including spaces).  Abstract submissions should be made by midnight, February 20, 2023. You must register to attend the meeting in order to present.  Poster content will be presented in the form of a poster board, and presenters will be given nine minutes of presentation time, followed by two minutes of Q&A from the judges or peers, as the case may be.    For any questions, please contact Ashley (602- 909-4388 (cell), aschnock@azmed.org). 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 2023 Annual Meeting will be held in person and the poster session schedule will depend upon the total volume of submissions accepted.  Your presentation date and time will be coordinated through the Arizona Psychiatric Society, and we request that all presenters plan to be available for the 2023 Annual Meeting Poster Session date on Saturday, April 15, 2023.

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* 1. Please indicate if your named first author is a:

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* 2. Name of the residency program, college of medicine, academic center, or provider group which the first author is affiliated:

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* 3. Please indicate if you are a member of:

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* 4. Full name of the poster presenter (first author), including credentials (i.e.MD or DO)

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* 5. E-mail address:

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* 6. Best telephone number for contact:

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* 7. Provide the names of all secondary authors (full names, including credentials) in the order they should be recognized in the Program.  

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* 8. Please provide one or two general topic descriptions that relate to the abstract being submitted.

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* 9. Title of Poster:

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* 10. Body of Abstract (3000 characters or less (including spaces)) (Please note, if your abstract has been accepted and is being presented at a future APA Meeting, that abstract is embargoed by the APA (cannot be disclosed publicly or covered in the media) until after that meeting. If that is the case, do not submit the abstract below, but instead please respond below that yours is a future APA meeting abstract and Ashley will contact you to discuss further your options for presenting).  RFM and Medical Student posters will be juried for scholarshipped prizes, and Psychiatric Physician posters will be peer-voted for recognition.  This is a peer presenting opportunity and you are welcome to submit an abstract for a poster that has been presented at a previous meeting.  By submitting the abstract, you are agreeing to the APS RFM and Medical Poster Guidelines or APS Psychiatric Physician Peer Poster Guidelines, as may be applicable, regarding presenting, acknowledgments, and prizes.

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