Poster Abstract Submission

Poster Abstract Submission

ANPA is hosting a Student Poster Session Competition that showcases research, white papers, etc by students and professionals from healthcare disciplines.  The top 3 posters presentations will receive monetary prizes: 1st place – $1000; 2nd place – $500; and 3rd place – $250.  Presentations will be judged by a committee of four physician ANPA members.  Read below for more information.

Poster Guidelines

Chosen posters will have the opportunity to present on June 23, 2023 at the ANPA Convention located at the Marriott Marquis Times Square.  Each presenter will be provided a 3’x3′ space.  We recommend sizing your poster accordingly and using a cork base with a fabric covering.

Call for abstracts open September 12, 2022

February 10, 2023

Email a MS Document containing tour abstract to and make sure you indicate that it is for consideration for the poster session

Title, Authors, Affiliations Background. Methods. Results. Conclusions, Funding acknowledgments and conflict of interest’s disclosures. Failure to include this will result I a delay in review of and or acceptance of your abstract

The word limit applies to the abstract body (BACKGROUND, METHODS, RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS.  

Posters of accepted abstracts will be available to the grading panel 1 month prior to the presentation in person and will be online for 30 days subsequently.

Abstract Submission Form

Complete the abstract submission form below for your poster session to be considered.

Please direct any questions about the submission process to:

ANPA Secretariat

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