The ISSWSH Scientific Program Committee is accepting late-breaking abstract submissions for the ISSWSH Annual Meeting to take place this February. The deadline has been extended to Sunday, January 10, 2016.
ISSWSH is pleased to offer a late-breaking abstract submission process for findings from scientific research or clinical practice that are newly available and likely to be of high impact.
The late-breaking abstract deadline should not be viewed as a mere extension of the general submission deadline nor is it for studies that are simply late to be submitted or for projects that are in development. In order to be considered as a “Late-Breaking Abstract”, the following parameters should be met:
- The presenting author should indicate why the data were not available prior to the previous abstract deadline (e.g., data collection was not yet complete or a clinical trial only recently closed).
- The submission should not be a re-submission of an abstract that was previously submitted (and not accepted) during the general abstract process.
- The presenting author must indicate that the work has not previously been presented at another scientific venue/conference, published (abstract or manuscript), or presented during the meeting at other (including satellite) industry-sponsored events.
- The presenting author must clearly disclose financial support of the research, any financial conflict of interest (e.g., membership on an advisory board, sponsored research, stock ownership, or substantive relationships), and confirm that all co-authors are aware of the submission of the late-breaking abstract and support its presentation.
ISSWSH Annual Meeting, February 25-28
This year’s ISSWSH Annual Meeting for physicians, residents, students, nurse practitioners, physical therapists and sex therapists will be held in Charleston, SC at the Charleston Marriott. Register now before January 31 to avoid additional fees.
Our symposia will address important topics such as aging, (in)continence, pregnancy, reproduction, and mate choice with ground-breaking research and interdisciplinary perspectives (e.g., psychology, medicine, physical therapy, education). We will also have opportunities to consider sexual desire, arousal, and satisfaction in new ways that just might affect your research or practice.
ISSWSH (International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health) is a multi-disciplinary, academic and scientific organization that is devoted to providing the public with accurate information regarding sexual health as well as continuing research and education for its members.