CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Under the theme new horizons, connected futures,  the Congress will offer a comprehensive scientific program that will feature a full range of topics spanning the breadth of contemporary psychiatric practice and research.

KEY DATES

Call for abstracts

Abstract submission opens: 25 July 2022
Abstract submission closes for pre-Congress workshops: 29 August 2022 (extended until 5 September 2022) - NOW CLOSED
Notifications sent to authors for pre-Congress workshops: 26 September 2022 (now 29 September 2022)
Abstract submission closes for Congress sessions: 10 October 2022 (extended until 24 October 2022) - NOW CLOSED
Notifications sent to authors for Congress sessions: 16 December 2022 (now 20 January 2023)
Congress authors acceptance of offer due: 16 January 2023 (now 3 February 2023)

Registration

Congress registration opens: October 2022
Early-bird registration closes: 28 February 2023
Speaker registration closes: 28 February 2023

PRESENTATION TYPES

Pre-Congress workshop: A number of optional pre-Congress workshops will be held on Sunday 28 May 2023 and delegates will be able to register for these workshops as part of the registration process. Workshops may be submitted as either ‘half day’ (3-4 hours) or ‘full day’ (6 hours).

Rapid fire presentation: An 8-10 minute presentation delivered by one presenting author as part of a rapid fire oral presentation session. The session will consist of a series of short and sharp presentations with a maximum of 10 slides per speaker.

Oral presentation: A 15-20 minute oral presentation delivered by one presenting author. The Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to allocate your submission to another presentation type if applicable.

Combined symposium presentation: Combined submission of a minimum of 3 and maximum of 6 individual presentations submitted by one author on behalf of the group and under the one common theme. The standard time allocated per symposium is 60-90 minutes.

Panel presentation: Panels are debate sessions of a group of leaders in a field discussing a broad issue of general interest from various perspectives. The focus of panel sessions is the discussion and interaction between the panelists. Submissions are sought for fully formed debates – meaning all presenters required for your panel are included. The standard time allocated per panel presentation is 60-90 minutes.

Psychiatry Interest Forum (PIF) member presentation (medical student or junior doctor): Members of the RANZCP’s Psychiatry Interest Forum are welcome to submit an abstract for consideration. These should be for an oral presentation lasting 15-20 minutes, delivered by one presenting author.

Poster presentation: Posters will be on display for the duration of Congress. 

THEMES

The Scientific Program Committee is seeking presentations that are clinically relevant to psychiatrists and other mental health professionals.

Presentations can be related to any sub-specialty or other practice area in psychiatry.

The following themes are broad and inclusive and may assist with guidance for your submission:

  • Adult psychiatry
  • Addictions
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Art and psychiatry
  • Child and adolescent psychiatry
  • Community/consumer/carer issues
  • Consultation-liaison psychiatry
  • Cultural competence
  • Eating and dieting disorders
  • Electroconvulsive therapy and neurostimulation
  • Forensic psychiatry
  • General psychiatry
  • History and philosophy of psychiatry
  • Indigenous mental health
  • Intellectual and developmental disability psychiatry
  • Leadership and management; organisational psychiatry
  • Mental health policy and legislation
  • Mood disorders
  • Neuropsychiatry and neurobiology
  • Perinatal and infant psychiatry
  • Private practice psychiatry
  • Psychiatry of old age
  • Psychiatry in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Psychosis and schizophrenia
  • Psychotherapy
  • Racial discrimination, diversity, inclusion and equity
  • Rehabilitation
  • Rural and remote psychiatry
  • Sex and gender
  • Social and cultural psychiatry
  • Training and education
  • Transcultural psychiatry
  • Trauma
  • Youth mental health

ABSTRACT TEMPLATES

Please click on the applicable button below to download and save the relevant template.

Oral, Poster, Panel, Rapid Fire and Psychiatry Interest Forum (PIF) presentation abstract template 


Combined symposium presentation abstract template


Pre-Congress workshop presentation abstract template


ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Congress session notification and acceptance 

Abstract review notification and allocation to the program will be communicated to the corresponding authors on Friday, 16 December 2022.

Please note the details provided as the author contact should be for the nominated main contact for your abstract. All correspondence relating to the submission will be directed to this person and they should in turn distribute to all co-presenters.

Acceptance of this offer must be notified to the Congress Office by no later than Monday, 16 January 2023.

ABSTRACT PRESENTER REGISTRATION

The invitation to submit an abstract does not constitute an offer to pay travel, accommodation or registration costs associated with the Congress. Similarly, no presenter fee is paid to successful participants. Presentations must be delivered in person and the ability and willingness to present in Boorloo / Perth will be a condition of acceptance into the scientific program.

All presenters must register for the Congress before 28 February 2023 in order for their presentation to be included in the Congress program.

FURTHER ENQUIRIES

For any enquiries regarding abstract submission please contact the Congress Office:

RANCZP 2023 Congress Office

119 Buckhurst Street
South Melbourne VIC 3205 Australia
T +61 3 9645 6311
E ranzcp@wsm.com.au
congress.ranzcp.org

 


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