Present at SLEEP
There are several options for you to present your research and share your clinical expertise at SLEEP 2017. Download the Call for Abstracts and Session Proposals for complete submission guidelines.
Abstracts will be accepted as either an oral presentation and/or poster presentation. The Program Committee will give priority to research that has not been presented elsewhere or published prior to SLEEP 2017. Poster hall receptions will be held on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings.
The Program Committee requests proposals for postgraduate courses, bench to bedside sessions, clinical workshops, discussion groups, symposia, and rapid-fire symposia. Consider submitting a proposal that addresses one of the SLEEP 2017 Hot Topics and Areas of Interest.
Individuals in clinical training can submit case reports describing unique, unusual or important clinical observations of interest to clinical sleep medicine practitioners. First-year trainees also have an extended deadline to submit an abstract for poster presentation.
Brown Bag Reports
Present a 5-minute synopsis of a challenging case for review and discussion by an expert panel. Sessions will be held during the lunch break.