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ACCP Report - December 2019

May 26–27 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium

Call for Abstracts

If you are interested in presenting your research and other findings from the comfort of your own home (or coffee shop), ACCP invites you to submit an abstract to be considered for presentation during the 2020 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium, May 26 and 27, 2020. All investigators in the field of clinical pharmacy and clinical pharmacology, ACCP members and nonmembers alike, are invited to submit abstracts. There is a $50 fee to submit an abstract.

The deadline to submit abstracts (EXCEPT for Research-in-Progress submissions) is March 30, 2020. The deadline to submit abstracts in the Research-in-Progress category is April 27, 2020.

Posters will be on display May 25–31 for asynchronous viewing and comment. In addition, two interactive sessions will be scheduled on May 26 and May 27, when authors will be available for real-time online question-and-answer sessions alongside their virtual posters. The technology required for presenters and the poster-viewing audience is minimal – a broadband Internet connection and the current version of an Internet browser.

What is the Virtual Poster Symposium?

Travel, funding, and work schedules often make it difficult for participants to attend a conference in person. The ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium is designed for those unable to attend and present their findings at a live conference or symposium. The symposium enables participants to present their research to peers and interact with colleagues from around the globe.

After online submission, if an abstract is accepted, a poster is created and saved in standard PDF format. The poster is then made available for viewing by all attendees during the designated dates of the Virtual Poster Symposium. Presenters will be assigned a time to be virtually present using an online, real-time chat feature. Presenters will be able to discuss their research with all symposium virtual attendees – seasoned or new practitioners, students, residents, fellows, and even family and friends.

All abstracts accepted for presentation, except for “Encore” and “Research-in-Progress” presentations, will have full-text abstracts published online in JACCP. Only the abstract title, authors, and original citation will be published in JACCP for “Encore” presentations.

To review the complete submission instructions, guidelines, and review criteria, or to submit an abstract, visit