The Planning Committee for the Oregon Conference on Opioids + Other Drugs, Pain + Addiction Treatment invites you to submit proposals for posters to be presented at the upcoming conference. Proposals should describe original research or innovative health system, clinical practice and/or community strategies: that reduce harms from opioid misuse, abuse and overdose; expand access and availability of safe and effective substance use disorder and/or pain treatment and/or improve quality of care and treatment outcomes.
Proposal submission is open to all conference attendees. Submissions are due May 3, 2019. To submit a proposal, the lead presenter should complete the 2019 Poster Proposal Form below and submit it to Savanna Santarpio at [email protected] by May 3, 2019.
The Oregon Conference on Opioids + Other Drugs, Pain + Addiction Treatment invites proposals representing all areas of innovative research, practice, policy treatment, and ethics.
Proposals will be reviewed by a committee of subject matter experts. Each submission will be reviewed for its broader application to inform innovative system, practice and/or community change. The committee will consider the following criteria when evaluating poster proposals:
- Quality of research or application of best practices and/or policies
- Originality, timeliness and relevance of information
- Completeness of submission (incomplete proposals may not be accepted)
- Having posters from students and practitioners who represent a diverse range of experience
Poster Proposal Guidelines
Posters should be no larger than 4 feet wide by 3 feet tall. Technical equipment (such as electricity, data-lines, TV/DVD player) will not be available for use.
A poster template will be provided to those invited to participate. Your poster should include the title of your presentation, your name, affiliation, and any co-authors, as well as detailed information outlined in the poster proposal. Your poster should be readable from of distance of at least three feet. Your poster does not have to be professionally printed, but graphics should be simple, colorful (if possible), well labeled, and legible.
All material used to display the poster will be the sole responsibility of the presenters. Poster presenters must register for the Oregon Conference on Opioids + Other Drugs, Pain + Addiction Treatment. Registration and scholarship opportunities are now open.