Poster Program

The SOCRA Annual Conference Virtual Poster Program is an excellent opportunity for individuals to share their research, findings and achievements with their colleagues. Presenting a poster at SOCRA’s Annual Conference is a noteworthy way to share expertise or accomplishment in a specific area while contributing to clinical research. Please consider participating in this great event and becoming an integral part of SOCRA’s Annual Conference.

Special Recognition Award Competition

Attendees interested in participating in the Poster Special Recognition Award Competition have an opportunity to compete for a $500 award and a fee waived registration to next year’s SOCRA Annual Conference.  All posters will be uploaded and viewed by Annual Conference attendees with the opportunity for virtual discussion.  Selected posters will be scheduled for the broadcast of recorded presentations. 

Posters may be entered in one of two categories:

  • Clinical Trials: Scientific papers reporting on findings of treatment, intervention, or survey studies.
  • Clinical Research Management: Critical reviews, position papers, or descriptive case reports dealing with issues associated with implementation, coordination, or management of clinical research programs.

To be eligible for the 2022 Special Recognition Award Competition, abstracts must be received by August 13, 2022. After that date, abstracts may be submitted but will not be eligible for the Special Recognition Award. The deadline to submit abstracts for the Poster Program and not be considered for the Special Recognition Award competition is September 8, 2022

Please review the Abstract Submission Guidelines for complete instructions.

Guidelines for Submitting Poster Abstracts

To submit your abstract, click here.

Submissions will be subject to blinded review by a panel of experts in clinical research. Please ensure you are familiar with the competition review and evaluation guidelines.

You may submit your abstract for acceptance before you register for the conference, but must register after acceptance. At least one of the poster's authors must be a registered conference attendee.