LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACTS

Submissions must include emerging data found between December 2018 & March 2019.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

February 11, 2019: Submission of late-breaking abstracts opens

March 18, 2019: Deadline to submit a late-breaking abstract

Late April 2019: Notice for acceptance sent to the contact author

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PRESENTATION SELECTION

Up to four late-breaking abstracts will be selected for oral presentation at SLEEP 2019 on Monday, June 10, 2019 from 12:45 PM – 1:45 PM. Presentations will be selected based on outstanding scientific quality and innovation for a 10-minute lecture with an additional 5 minutes for questions.

The submission deadline of Monday, March 18, 2019 will not be extended under any circumstances.

Revisions and/or proofing are not permitted after the submission of the abstract.

Review your work for accuracy; abstracts will be printed exactly as submitted.

SLEEP 2019 HOT TOPICS

The Program Committee encourages abstracts on all relevant topics, but in an effort to include sessions on certain topics, the Program Committee is requesting abstracts on the following topics. Submission of an abstract on these topics does not guarantee acceptance.

  • Advancements in Sleep-Wake Circuitry
  • Artificial Intelligence and Sleep
  • Clinician and Researcher Burnout
  • Health Disparities
  • Mechanisms and Effectiveness of Novel Wake Promoters
  • Microbiota Interactions in Sleep, Circadian Health and Disease
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Use of Sleep Aids
  • Sleep and Dementia/Alzheimer’s/Brain Health
  • State of Pediatric Sleep Medicine
  • Web-Based and Mobile Health Technologies: State of the Research

ADDITIONAL SUBMISSION INFORMATION

  • Abstracts must be emerging data found between December 2018 and March 2019.
  • Submission of an abstract constitutes the commitment of at least one author to present the abstract as accepted.
  • Expenses associated with the preparation, submission and presentation of an abstract are the responsibility of the author/presenter.
  • Abstract presenters must register for the meeting. Registration instructions for the meeting will be included with the notice of acceptance.
  • Case reports and literature reviews are not considered abstracts and should not be submitted.
  • Abstracts will not be accepted for presentation if they fail to reflect acceptable scientific methodology, if the data or statistical analyses do not justify the conclusions, if they lack sufficient scientific or clinical merit, or if no data are included.
  • Data that has previously been presented elsewhere may be submitted; however, you are required to write an original abstract that fulfills the accepted criteria for copyright purposes.
  • A nonrefundable abstract review fee of $50.00 per submission must be paid at the time of submission. Review fees are non-refundable for withdrawn abstracts.
Abstracts that do not meet all of the specifications listed below will be automatically rejected:
  • An individual may be the first author on a maximum of two abstracts.
  • There can be no more than fifteen (15) authors per abstract.
  • Abstracts must conform to the following outline. Abstract sections may not be substituted with different terminology:
    1. ○ Title
    2. ○ Authors and Institutions
    3. ○ Introduction
    4. ○ Methods
    5. ○ Results
    6. ○ Conclusion
    7. ○ Support (if any)
  • The abstract body (including title, introduction, methods, results, conclusion and support) is limited to 350 words.
  • Brand names may not be used in abstract titles and are limited to one reference within the body.
  • References, tables, figures or any other graphics are not permitted.
  • Abstracts must be submitted electronically as an attached Microsoft Word document to the APSS Meeting Department at presentations@sleepmeeting.org.
  • The Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Form (containing the abstract agreement release and payment information) must be submitted electronically with the abstract to the APSS Meeting Department at presentations@sleepmeeting.org
  • The contact author will be sent a confirmation receipt via email within three business days of sending in all completed work; this receipt must be saved in order to maintain proof of submission.
  • Notice for acceptance will be sent to the contact author in late April 2019.
  • Each speaker will be required to upload his/her presentation(s) to the central server in the Speaker Ready Room. Further audiovisual information and instructions will be provided in advance of SLEEP 2019.
  • The accepted abstracts will not be printed in the SLEEP supplement. A copy of the accepted abstracts will be printed in the SLEEP 2019 Final Program.

QUESTIONS?

Questions regarding SLEEP 2019 submissions should be directed to:

Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC

Attn: Meeting Department

Phone: (630) 737-9700

Fax: (630) 737-9790

Email: presentations@sleepmeeting.org