Call for Presentations: 2020 AANP National Conference

AANP cordially invites all interested parties to submit proposals for national conference presentations.

The call for submissions for Rapid Fire (20-minute presentations) and Poster Presentations is now open. Proposals for workshops will not be considered within this call for presentations.

NOTE: Proposals for 60-minute presentations at the 2020 AANP National Conference closed on Monday, April 15, 2019, at 5 p.m. CT.

Industry Scientific Poster Presentations

Individuals and organizations interested in sharing their industry-related findings should check back early 2020 for details related to AANP's Industry Scientific Poster Presentations. Please do not submit Industry Scientific Poster Presentations using the processes described below.

  • 60-minute Presentation Proposals

    A limited number of submissions will be selected for 60-minute presentations at the 2020 AANP National Conference. Proposals will be reviewed by the assigned NP experts and evaluated to ensure the following:

    • Proposals include accurate and complete information.
    • Content is current, evidence-based and suitable for a 60-minute presentation duration.
    • The presentation does not promote personal interest in a service, book or product.
    • The presenter’s experience indicates expertise in the subject area.
    • The backgrounds of the conference presenters (as a group) are diverse.

    Submission Guidelines and Process

    Final selections will be consistent with the identified educational needs, presentation ethics and objectives of the conference.

    A separate submission must be completed for each 60-minute proposal. Applicants are allowed up to four separate submissions. Only one co-presenter is allowed for 60-minute sessions.

    The proposal submission period closed on Monday, April 15, 2019, at 5 p.m. CT.

    If you have any questions, please contact Christina Karas at ckaras@aanp.org or 512-442-4262 ext. 5228.

  • Rapid Fire (20-minute) and Poster Presentation Proposals

    Rapid Fire (20-minute) presentations for the 2020 AANP National Conference are meant to deliver quick, high-quality content and will be scheduled as standalone presentations at different times throughout the conference. Rapid Fire presentations replaced podium presentations in 2017.

    Rapid Fire presentations include a 15-minute lecture with a five-minute question-and-answer session.

    AANP will schedule three separate poster sessions, one each day when the Exhibit Hall is open.

    • Proposals should note your area of interest, which can include novel clinical or education interventions, innovative models of care, emerging health conditions, evolving leadership and policy issues, original research findings and resourceful outcome measures.
    • Final selections will be based on the quality and clarity of the abstract and relevance to the contemporary NP practice environment.
    • Presenters must be available to speak on any of the conference dates between Tuesday, June 23, 2020, and Sunday, June 28, 2020.

    Appropriate Content

    • Completed research papers concerning all facets of NP practice (in-progress reports will be considered for poster presentations only)
    • Brief updates regarding clinical innovations and practice issues relevant to NPs (to allow coverage within a Rapid Fire or poster presentation)

    Submission Guidelines and Process

    Download the Submission Guide

    Submit Proposals for Rapid Fire and Posters

    The submission period is now open, and closes August 12, 2019, at 5 p.m. CT.

    If you have any questions or submission problems, please contact Debbie Jones at djones@aanp.org or 512-442-4262 ext. 5222.

  • AANP Presentation Expectations

    When submitting a proposal to present at national conference, please be aware of AANP’s presentation expectations:

    • AANP’s Accreditation Standards and Policies must be followed. For a summary of the accreditation standards and other requirements for the presentations, see the Speaker and Presentation Rules.
    • Presentations should be free of copyrighted materials, or written permission to use those copyrighted materials must be provided. Here are tips on how to prevent copyright infringement.
    • All speakers must be available to present between Tuesday, June 23, 2020, and Sunday June 28, 2020.