NO ONE IS AN ISLAND: Improving access and removing barriers to psychosocial oncology

Presentation Types

Poster Presentations – consist of 4’ x 4’ (1.2 M x 1.2M) display presentations for completed works or works in progress. Abstract submissions for poster presentations should follow the prescribed clinical or research format (see below). At least one author of accepted poster abstracts must be present at their poster during an assigned session to allow for dialogue with participants. Poster sessions may run concurrently with other Symposium sessions.

10-minute rapid oral presentations consist of 5-minute presentations followed by 5-minute Q/A’s. Grouped with other like presentations, this format is best suited for recently started projects or projects (Clinical or Research) being contemplated. This is a great option for attendees who want to present their study protocol/preliminary results or trainees who seek feedback on their research proposal/preliminary results. Abstract submissions for rapid oral presentations should follow the prescribed clinical or research format. Abstracts should include 2 – 3 questions for which authors are seeking feedback.

20-minute individual oral presentations – 20-minute presentations are best suited for completed work. Abstract submissions for clinical or research presentations are welcome. Presenters should plan for 15-minute presentations and five minutes for Q&A. Abstracts for consideration as oral presentations must follow the format specified below under the “Abstract Type” section. Submitting authors must specify the abstract theme under which the work is to be considered.