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Welcome to the Submission Site

Welcome to the International Lactation Consultant Association® (ILCA®) Webinar Abstract submission site. ILCA collects abstract submissions for new webinar content throughout the year.

Please read the information below carefully and be sure to review the complete submission details for webinar abstract submission requirements by clicking here.

Information submitted for each abstract will be saved in the system until completed. You do not need to complete your submission at one time. However, all of the required tasks must be completed, the “Save Submission” button must be clicked and the final “Submit” button must be clicked before an abstract will be considered for webinar presentation. Note: the final "Submit" button will not appear until all tasks are completed and the "Save Submission" button has been clicked.

Abstracts are accepted for one-hour virtual sessions that will be recorded to correspond with the PowerPoint slides and will be available to ILCA members for up to three years, depending on the educational content.

Webinar education will be accepted in the following categories to line up with IBLCE’s Detailed Content Outline:

o Development and Nutrition

o Physiology and Endocrinology

o Pathology

o Pharmacy and Toxicology

o Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology

o Techniques

o Clinical Practice

o Public Health, Community Support, and Advocacy

o Professional Development and Education

o Research

o Diversity and Equity

o Ethics

Abstracts may list more than one author who is legitimately involved in the topic being presented; however, only one author may present the material. Each author will be required to outline their involvement and any conflicts of interest as part of the submission process. There is a maximum of four authors per webinar, one of whom will be designated as the Presenting Author. Individuals may be involved in a maximum of two total webinar abstracts per year. If an author is involved in more than two submitted abstracts, only the first two submitted will be considered for presentation.

Authors must also acknowledge that they are presenting their original material or that they have permission from the copyright holders to present the material, and that they are responsible for all of the logistical expenses necessary for presenting the material (internet connections, etc.).

Authors may NOT be added to an abstract after it has been submitted.

Presenting Authors will be responsible for ensuring that all communicated deadlines are met if the abstract is accepted. Webinars may be rescheduled or cancelled if all deadlines are not met.

Submitting authors will receive an email approximately one month after submitting the abstract inviting them to present the webinar or notifying them that the abstract has been declined, at which point further instructions will be given and action will be required for authors of accepted abstracts.

Click the JOIN NOW button below to begin your ILCA webinar abstract submission.
If you created a login and submitted an abstract for an ILCA conference and you remember the email address and Access Key you used for that submission, you may use those credentials to log in. If you do not remember your Access Key, you will need to create a new login to submit a webinar abstract. The "Lost your access key?" button will only work for accounts created within the Webinar Abstract Submission system.

ILCA will use this email address to communicate with you regarding your submission(s). Please make sure that this address will accept messages sent via the abstract management site. It is your responsibility to inform us if your email address changes between the submission of your abstract and any scheduled webinars.

ILCA will use the email address you provide below solely for the purpose of communicating with you regarding your abstract submission(s). Your email address may be shared with members of the ILCA Webinar Committee to allow for direct communication regarding your abstract.

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Questions? Organizer: Alexis Kolak -