Call for Trainee Research-in-Progress Poster Abstracts
Call for abstracts opens: November 20, 2017
Call for abstracts closes: January 12, 2018 at 5pm CST.
ePosters are due for consideration of the Top 10 Trainee award: February 19, 2018 at 5pm CST.
HOPA Annual Conference (Denver, CO): March 21-24, 2018
Please note HOPA will use the information provided in conference materials. We ask that you ensure all author names, credentials, and titles, are written accurately; only the degrees and certifications provided will be included in published material.
A trainee, defined as a student, resident, or fellow, must be the primary author of the abstract being submitted, though the abstract may include non-trainee authors. Selected abstracts will be presented as posters at the HOPA Annual Conference. Abstract submissions can be made by either a HOPA member or non-member. The abstract and research project it describes must be the presenter’s original research; however, encore presentations from previous meetings are acceptable to be presented as a poster at the Annual Conference.
All authors should have 1) provided substantial contributions to the conception or design of the project, or acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data; AND 2) draft the work or critically revise it for intellectual content; AND 3) provide final approval of abstract and poster; AND 4) agree to be accountable for all aspects of work related to accuracy and integrity.
Please provide complete author information (name, credentials, title, facility, and location) and indicate the name of the trainee attending the conference.
The trainee must be available to present during poster exhibition sessions for questions from participants.
Selected abstracts will be presented as posters at the annual meeting. Research projects must be the presenter’s original research; however, encore presentations from previous meetings are acceptable to be presented as a poster at the Annual Conference. Authors must be available to present during poster exhibition sessions for questions from participants.
There will be two categories of submissions including:
- Clinical/Translational Research
- Practice Management
To facilitate a review of trainee research-in-progress abstracts the topic of your research is also requested. Topics will include:
- Bone Marrow Transplantation
- Medical Oncology
- Supportive Care
Trainee Research-in-Progress Submission Requirements
Type the abstract title in "title case", capitalizing the first letter of each word only. Submissions must have a title to be considered for the conference program.
Please provide complete author information (name, credentials, title, facility, and location) and indicate the name of the presenter attending the conference. The presenter is required to attend the poster session.
Online disclosure statements must be signed by the presenter.
The abstract text should be single-spaced and must not 400 words. References in the text should be accompanied by the full citation, including authors, title, journal name, volume, number, inclusive paging, and year of publication.
Abstracts may be revised at any time up until the submission deadline. A confirmation email will be sent upon submission, giving the submitter the password-protected URL for the abstract.
All information entered on the abstract form will appear in print exactly as it is typed. It is recommended that the abstract is typed offline in a word processing document. After spelling and grammatical errors are edited, and the word count is verified, copy and paste the text into the online form. HOPA edits entries for minor grammatical errors only.
All trainee research-in-progress submissions that meet all requirements will be accepted for participation at the 2017 HOPA Annual Conference. Trainee Research in Progress that is submitted in electronic poster form for consideration for the annual award (see HOPA Trainee Research Award) is reviewed by volunteer HOPA members serving on an abstract review work group. Further information regarding review criteria is available online on the Trainee Research-in-Progress FAQ.
HOPA Trainee Research Award
HOPA identifies the best trainee poster for an annual award. To be considered for the award, the presenter must be a HOPA member, must be a trainee, and must submit an electronic poster (PDF) by the pre-specified deadline prior to the HOPA meeting to allow for review. Electronic posters will be due approximately 4 weeks prior to the meeting to allow time for off-site review. Further details and information will be communicated with the trainee regarding the electronic poster process upon initial submission of their title and objectives. Information regarding review criteria is available online by visiting our Trainee Research-in-Progress FAQ page.
Responsibility for Expenses
The HOPA Annual Conference gives hematology/oncology pharmacy professionals the opportunity to present their work within an atmosphere of support by peers and national leaders. Presenters must register for at least the day on which they are scheduled to present. Only those presenters committed to attending the conference may submit an abstract. Presenters are responsible for all expenses such as production and shipping of posters, and for personal expenses such as travel, hotel, and meeting registration fees.
Avoidance of Commercialism
All presentations must avoid commercialism. Presentations that constitute promotion and advertising (including the use of logos) will not be considered. If the cost of any presentation has been underwritten to any extent, a clear acknowledgment stating the support, identifying the source, and describing the methods for keeping the content unbiased should be included. Advertising matter that in any way promotes the commercial interest of a particular company, enterprise, or the author(s) may not be distributed or displayed. Statements made in the presentation are the sole responsibility of the author and are not viewed as, or considered representative of, any formal position taken on any product, subject, or issued by HOPA.
Notices of acceptance and declination will be emailed to the address provided within two weeks of the submission deadline. Instructions on the creation and submission of the electronic poster will be emailed with acceptance notification.
For more information and frequently asked questions please visit our Trainee Research-In-Progress FAQ page.