Call For Abstracts
You are invited to submit abstracts reporting new research and/or clinical cases for presentation. Abstracts will be reviewed by the ANPA Scientific Program Committee. The decision of the Committee is final. All accepted abstracts will be presented as posters. A subset of abstracts will be selected by the ANPA Program Committee for oral presentation, as well.
On-line abstract submission is open. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is November 3, 2014. No abstracts will be accepted after this date. Decisions regarding acceptance will be e-mailed by early December. Notification of the additional invitation to present orally will be e-mailed by late December.
Please note that by submitting an abstract, authors agree to attend the meeting and present their work as a poster if accepted. Posters and oral presentations must be presented by one of the authors listed on the abstract. We ask that each author present no more than 3 posters. Abstracts accepted and presented at the meeting will be published on-line in the spring 2015 issue of the Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, the official journal of ANPA.
Abstract Submission Instructions
Strict adherence to the formatting listed below for either Original Work or a Case Report is required. Abstracts that do not follow the formatting requirements will not be reviewed.
Format for Original Work
Background: A succinct summary of the literature or theoretical rationale underlying the abstract.
Objective: This section should provide the basic rationale for the research and the hypothesis tested.
Methods: This section must include the number of subjects and information about the experimental design.
Results: This section should include the statistical approach and details of the analysis (including statistical or experimental controls) that support the conclusions. Statements such as “results will be discussed” or “data will be presented” are not acceptable.
Conclusion: This section should summarize the essential findings and their implications
Background:Describe theoretical rationale underlying the abstract and how the case(s) is (are) novel.
Case History:Should include a succinct summary of the literature as well as a history of the case(s). Outline any supportive neurodiagnostic data (video sample, imaging, test data, etc) that will be included.
Conclusions: This section should summarize the essential findings or unresolved clinical problems or unexpected outcomes or potential dilemmas and their implications when managing Neuropsychiatric disorders.
Instructions for Online Submission
1. Go to: The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences’ Manuscript Central homepage: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/appi-jn
2. Log-in or if you do not already have an author’s account click on “Register here” on the right side under New User?
3. Log-in and select “Author Center.”
4. After you have logged in, click the “Submit a new manuscript” link under Author Resources.
5. Enter data and answer questions as prompted. Click on the “Save and Continue” button on each screen to save your work and advance to the next screen.
Kaloyan Tanev; firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Camprodon; email@example.com
Jeremiah Scharf; firstname.lastname@example.org
Omar Ghaffar; email@example.com
a. Please attach a “cover letter” to indicate if you want your submission to be considered for the poster session only
b. Answer questions if they apply
You may stop an abstract entry at any phase and save it for subsequent submission. After submission, you will receive a confirmation via e-mail. The meeting abstract submission process is different from regular journal submissions so please follow the instructions outlined here. The information you receive on the automated journal e-mail response does not apply to the ANPA submissions. Kelly McLaughlin will contact you shortly after the abstract is submitted. She will request that you complete and send back a conflict of interest form because the meeting participants will receive CME credits for viewing your poster and/or attending your Interactive Session. You can also log-on to Manuscript Central any time to check the status of your manuscript. The Editors will inform you via e-mail once a decision has been made.
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