Poster presentations convey innovative, clinically relevant information that enhances the professional skills of mental healthcare professionals. The Poster Sessions provide presenting authors a forum in which they can showcase their work and interact with conference attendees.
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- Research Reports: These reports present completed original research on pharmacologic agents, therapeutic issues, and innovative services or outcomes of services provided to the psychiatric patient population.
- Research-in-Progress: These posters represent uncompleted studies that are currently ongoing. The author may discuss preliminary results of the studies, provided the research methods have been validated. Topics may include clinical drug studies, therapeutics issues, innovative services, and outcomes.
- Case Reports: These reports detail relevant psychiatric cases involving unusual or complex patient scenarios. Cases may include discussion of the pharmacologic agents, nonpharmacologic therapies, and/or innovative services employed and should contain pertinent training points or insights into improving mental health outcomes.
- Repeat Presentations: These posters represent findings that have been presented at other meetings but contain information of interest to clinicians who care for patients with psychiatric illness. These completed studies need to be original research on pharmacologic issues, therapeutic considerations, innovative services, or outcomes related to mental health.