The 5th Bergen International Conference on Forensic Psychiatry will host a poster exhibition on the conference theme of neurocognitive disorders across the lifespan. Abstracts for poster submissions are now invited.
An award will be given for the poster judged to describe the most significant contribution to the field of neurocognitive disorders in forensic settings. The award will consist of a cash prize and diploma, and it will be awarded at the end of the conference. Posters will be reviewed by the Scientific Affairs Board during the conference.
Poster abstracts will be reviewed up to the 15th of October. Submission by this date will ensure the inclusion of the submitted abstract in our official conference program.
Poster abstracts must be submitted by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and must be no more than 500 words in length. Poster abstracts can be submitted either as a word document (doc) or as a pdf image file – note that organizers will not do any proof-reading.
The title of your poster abstract should be as brief as possible but long enough to clearly indicate the nature of the study/presentation. Please use sentence case (for example “A presentation of attention profiles in autism spectrum disorder.”).
Abstracts will be compiled into a conference abstract book in PDF format, which will be made available on the conference website before the start of the conference.
Before completing your submission, please double check that the title is in sentence case, proof read your poster abstract checking all symbols are displayed properly, and ensure that all author names and affiliations are correct. Poster abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings as received.
Accepted posters should be no larger than 100 cm wide and 200 cm (portrait). There will be poster walls available for all accepted posters at the venue.
The acceptance of a poster abstract does not constitute registration for the Conference – all authors of accepted posters must register for the conference and pay the relevant registration fee. The number of places available at the conference will be limited therefore all interested delegates and authors of accepted posters should register early to avoid disappointment.