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Psych Congress September 17-20, 2022 in New Orleans
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Psych Congress 2023 Call for Posters

Don’t miss this opportunity to have your poster considered for the 36th Annual Psych Congress which will take place in-person at Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee from Sept. 6–10, 2023 .

Your comprehensive session poster submission MUST be submitted by Monday, July 31, 2023 to be considered for inclusion in this year’s in-person conference.

Poster presentations convey innovative, clinically relevant information that enhances the professional skills of mental healthcare professionals. The Poster Sessions provide presenting authors a forum in which they can showcase their work and interact with conference attendees. We are seeking poster submissions from these areas:
  • Research Reports
  • Research-in-progress
  • Case Reports
  • Repeat Presentations

  • If you have a poster relating to these areas, then we invite you to submit through the Comprehensive Call for Posters Portal below to have your poster considered.

    Accepted presenters will be required to upload their poster to the website and will also have the option to record a short oral presentation to accompany their digital poster so attendees can learn more detailed information.

    Posters will be accepted on a rolling basis, with decision notification emails being sent the first week of each month, beginning in March 2023. All submissions received by the end of the month prior will receive a decision email within the corresponding review cycle.

    New for 2023, posters can be submitted for consideration for Poster Awards, which will be awarded onsite at the conference. Posters nominated for Poster Awards will be on display on Saturday, Sept. 9 from 6:45 PM – 8:15 PM during the Poster Award Reception. Individuals who wish to be considered for Poster Awards must be available during this time to attend the Poster Award Reception.

    Poster Title
  • Max 200 characters
  • Max 75 words
  • A proposal must have a short, specific abstract title (containing no abbreviations) that indicates the nature of the presentation.
  • Do not capitalize all letters in the title of the abstract. Capitalize the first letter of all major words in the title as well as prepositions, articles, and conjunctions of four letters or more

  • Abstract
  • Maximum 250 words.
  • Please do not include title, author information, or references in this section. Additionally, please do not write your abstract all in capital letters or your submission will not be reviewed.
  • Abstracts are brief summaries of the overall goal of an offering and the specific ideas or concepts that will be presented, including outcomes and implications for practice.

  • Short Description
  • Please provide a short description about your poster to have posted in the Psych Congress app.
  • Please do not write in all capital letters or your submission will not be reviewed.
  • Max 75 words

  • Please click here to review the submission guidelines

    Please click here to review the submission FAQs

    If you have thoroughly read the guidelines and FAQ and you still have questions, please email with any additional questions. Please allow 2 business days for responses.

    Log in to the Poster Submission Portal

    Questions? Organizer: Kristin Ciszeski -