CLP 2023

Deadline for all submissions:

Monday, April 3, 2023


Dear colleagues
We are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for CLP 2023: Integrating Care and Evidence Across the Lifespan, for CLP 2023 scheduled for Austin, Texas, November 8-11.
We are excited to gather in person again in November to experience learning, inspiration and togetherness.
This year’s meeting will be a time to focus on care across the lifespan with an emphasis on the need for evidence as we care for patients as well as on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of our work. It will be a time for us to share what we have learned, to strengthen old relationships and build new ones; a time to welcome our many new ACLP members!  
CLP 2023 will again be an in-person, live meeting but we also know that the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed how we connect and learn; for this reason, we will also offer live-streamed and recorded content to meet the differing needs of our audience. Whichever mode of engagement you choose, we hope to provide an exciting and thought-provoking learning experience that inspires attendees in their work as educators, clinicians, administrators, and researchers.
We look forward to your submissions.
Maryland Pao, MD, FACLP
ACLP President
Sejal Shah, MD, FACLP
CLP 2023 Scientific Program Chair
You are invited to submit an abstract for preconference skills courses, live workshops, virtual symposia, brief oral papers, and posters by April 3. While submissions that cover important and interesting areas of C-L Psychiatry are welcome, preference will be given to submissions that align with the meeting theme.
Abstracts for all presentation types are only accepted via our online platform. All tasks must be fully complete before an abstract is accepted for review, including disclosure reporting.
Abstract submissions not fully complete by 11:59 EDT on Monday, April 3, 2023, will not be considered by the program committee. Please click the link below for the abstracts submission site.
The Academy has prepared a comprehensive guide to help you prepare and submit your abstract, which you can download from the abstract site homepage. Even if you have submitted many abstracts in the past, please take a moment to review the guidance document for changes for this year’s program.
Thank you for your time and contributions.
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