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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS FOR NASSPD ONLINE-ONLY 2022 MEETING

NASSPD this year will be a one day online event on Saturday, April 9, 2022. We are planning an exciting day of vibrant discussion and debate on hot topics in the field. 

In lieu of a traditional poster session this year, we invite you to submit an abstract to share your recent/current research developments with the NASSPD community. Abstracts selected by peer review will be distributed to all conference attendees in PDF format. During a virtual cocktail hour on the meeting day, there will be breakout groups to facilitate conversations among researchers with similar topics to facilitate discussion and networking. You will not make a poster (print or electronic) at all: abstracts will be published in the conference book and will facilitate researchers connecting for scientific discussion.

Proposal Deadline

The submission deadline for the NASSPD 2022 Conference was February 18th, 2022 at 11:59pm EST (Eastern Time) 

General Submission Process

Click here to submit <https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/NASSPD2022>. Abstracts will be reviewed on a rolling basis from now until February 18, 2022.

Our abstract submission process, for all proposals, includes the following requirements, which should be submitted by February 18th, 2022 for consideration Author Instructions Author Instructions.docx

  • Abstracts must be submitted with the following headings: Objective, Method, Results, Conclusion (max 300 words). 
  • To satisfy requirements for Continuing Education credits, all submissions must include three (3) learning objectives, which you will be prompted to enter within the abstract submission portal. For guidance on writing learning objectives, please see Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Objectives
  • A completed NASSPD COI Disclosure form is a requirement of submission. 
  • A completed AV consent form: AV consent form . Please attach to email at time of submission.
  • The presenting author's current CV is a requirement of submission. 
  • Your "signature" in your submission. See below for example of a signature:

Jane Doe

Associate professor

Department of Psychology

University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA



The North American Society for the Study of Personality Disorders welcomes you! 


For general questions regarding NASSPD or the 2021 conference, email:

Harmony Mohr, NASSPD Assistant 

mohrh@upmc.edu

OR

Dr. Stephanie Stepp, NASSPD President

stepp.nasspd@gmail.com

For questions regarding NASSPD Membership, email:

Salome Vanwoerden, NASSPD Membership Chair

vanwoerdens@upmc.edu 

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