2009 Pharmacy ACCP/ESCP/NPPG International Congress On Clinical Pharmacy
All investigators in the field of clinical pharmacy ACCP, ESCP NPPG and PPAG members and non members, are invited to submit abstracts to be considered for poster presentation at the 2009 Pharmacy ACCP/ESCP International Congress on Clinical Pharmacy and the 2009 International Paediatric Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacology Symposium.
Abstracts may be submitted in one of the following categories:
Original Research: Abstracts must describe original research in education, health sciences, therapeutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacoeconomics, pharmacoepidemiology, or pharmacogenomics. Encore submissions are welcome.
Clinical Pharmacy Forum: Abstracts must describe the delivery, development, justification, or documentation of innovative clinical pharmacy services. Abstracts dealing with clinical services payment or cost analysis are encouraged. Encore submissions are welcome.
Resident and Fellow Research-in-Progress: Submission and evaluation criteria are those of an Original Research presentation except that the research effort is ongoing. The presenting author must be a resident or fellow.
Student Submissions: Submission criteria are those of an Original Research presentation. Partially completed data are acceptable for inclusion. Abstracts should provide an assessment of the likelihood of project completion by date of presentation. The presenting author must be a student.
PEDIATRIC RESEARCH AND PRACTICE ABSTRACTS: In conjunction with the Paediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group, Pharmacy ACCP is accepting abstracts in Pediatric Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacology.
Paediatric Pharmacy Scientific/Research Abstracts presented at ACCP-PPAG report the results of a scientific investigation or a clinical observation involving some aspect of pharmacotherapy. Scientific investigations can be clinical, basic, or translational and should be either hypothesis-driven or descriptive. Paediatric Pharmacy Practice Abstracts typically describe programs, systems, or projects that are innovative, creative, and cost-effective and that improve practice in paediatric pharmacy. We will accept Scientific, Case Reports, Research-in-Progress, and Encore presentations.