Poster Call for all NCODA members and beyond!
We at NCODA wholeheartedly support oncology research and the continued mission to help patients in all facets of care. During our National NCODA Meetings (link to national meetings) we hold a well-received and growing poster session. Oncology professionals from across the country have submitted posters to be viewed among their peers. Please consider sharing your great work today!
Who can submit a Poster?
Interested participants in the oncology field or experience in an oncology care setting can submit their poster for approval. This includes: Oncologists, Pharmacists, Nurses, Technicians, Industry Professionals, Administrators, Researchers, Graduate Students (Pharmacy, Residents, Health Outcomes etc.)
What topics can be submitted?
We are open to all oncology research including past posters as encore presentations. Poster approvals surround oncology care and/or research. Some examples include: Practice Site Management Techniques, Patient educational techniques, Program initiatives and outcomes, Drug research, NCODA projects and implementations.
How does submission work?
Submissions will be approved through NCODA leadership. NCODA will not hold publishing rights to any external abstracts/information. We simply want to provide a platform for NCODA members to share and learn.
If selected and approved, all non-sponsor related presenters will need to register as complimentary NCODA members.
When can posters be submitted?
We currently have rolling submission throughout the year for our Spring and Fall National meetings, please contact Joshua.email@example.com
for details on specific deadlines.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need to submit an abstract?
No abstract is required for NCODA members, however any information provided will be used for approval for the poster session.
Does NCODA print posters or would I need to travel/ship my poster to the venue?
All submissions to be printed by affiliated presenters/groups. Please contact Joshua.firstname.lastname@example.org for extenuating circumstances
Minimum size of 36”H x 48”W
Maximum size of 48”H x 96”W