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Call for Presnetations
BRAINWeek is a dynamic learning experience where today’s thought leaders and the next generation of educators come together to provide an abundance of teachable moments that can be applied to your practice.
- Are you a specialist or frontline clinician who promotes collaborative care in managing CNS disorders?
- Have you uncovered relevant knowledge gleaned from managing neuropsychiatric conditions throughout COVID?
- Are you excited by a multidisciplinary approach to CNS education?
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- COVID & Neurological Functioning
- Digital Therapeutics
- Dravet Syndrome
- Hearing Loss
- Mental Health
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Neuropathic Pain
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Psychedelic Medicine
- Restless Legs Syndrome
- Rett Syndrome
- Sleep Disorders
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, please respond to our Call for Presentations by submitting a compelling course proposal for the BRAINWeek 2023 National Conference Topics for consideration include, but are not limited to:
The deadline for submission is March 10, 2023.
Call for Abstracts
DEADLINE for submission is 11:59p ET, Friday, July 14, 2023. All authors will be notified via email on or by August 11, 2023.
BRAINWeek invites you to submit abstracts for posters to be presented at the 2023 BRAINWeek National Conference. Please review the guidelines below.
Abstracts may be research oriented, or evidence based, and relevant to specialists and frontline practitioners who manage CNS disorders. They may include medication management, devices, and digital therapeutics. Abstracts may be a summary of research findings or a review of current evidence-based recommendations for clinical applications that are pertinent to frontline practitioners and specialists who treat CNS patients.
- At least one presenting author or presenter of accepted abstracts must register at the current registration rate to attend the BRAINWeek National Conference. Submission of an abstract does not automatically register you for the conference.
- BRAINWeek will accept abstracts that have already been presented at other medical conferences.
- Abstracts should be 1300 words or less, with maximums as defined below. (Titles, author names, and affiliations are not included in that word count)
- Purpose: 350 words
- Methods: 350 words
- Results: 400 words
- Conclusions: 200 words
Disclosures: BRAINWeek requires faculty and poster authors/presenters who have an interest in selling a technology, program, product, and/or service to healthcare professionals to disclose this information in order to be considered for and/or present at any BRAINWeek educational session.
Publication: If your abstract is accepted, you will be notified on or by August 11, and the abstract will be posted online by August 30. Only accepted abstracts will be posted online. Posters will not be published online.