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2022 Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit Call for Presentations

Event Date: November 2-4, 2022
Submission Deadline Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2022

The Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit will notify applicants by the end of April 2022 regarding whether their submission was accepted.

Please read before submitting a presentation proposal.

The Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit is the only educational event providing clinical, law enforcement, and public safety professionals with practical strategies and solutions to address the country’s stimulant crisis. Conference attendees hear from field leaders and change makers working to address this often under-recognized emergency compounding the opioid epidemic.

The session programs and presentations will be tailored to provide stakeholders timely and relevant information for their particular fields. Submissions will be reviewed by the Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit Planning Committee, who represent multi-disciplinary interests.

Please be prepared to submit the following:
  • Session title
  • Abstract (Max 250 words)
  • Three (3) learning objectives
  • Speaker details to include profile information & conflict of interest documentation

  • The Summit will be accepting presentation proposals that accommodate the following formats:
  • Breakout Sessions (60-minutes, including a question and answer segment)
  • Limit of 4 breakout session presenters (2 is preferred).

    All submission presenters will be required to agree to the Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit Presentation Terms and Conditions before a proposal can be submitted.

    Note: The Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit Planning Committee will accept presenter applications based on the following criteria:
  • Supporting evidence-based data from research or demonstrated results.
  • Intent to provide details on how to implement a successful program for others to replicate.

  • Please note that the Stimulant Summit Advisory Board is requesting that presentations omit general overviews of the stimulant crisis. Presentations should have an emphasis on change and progression as it relates to the current stimulant climate.

    Click here to download and review the Submission Guidelines.
    Click here to download the Abstract Frequently Asked Questions.

    Questions? Please email Liz Minor at lminor@naccme.com

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