Presenter Information

APHA 2019 Presenter Timeline

Dec. 17, 2018                                        The Call for Abstracts is open. Submit today! View tips and instructions for submitting an abstract. 
Feb. 19-23
Call for Abstracts deadlines are dependent on the Section, SPIG or Caucus to which an abstract is submitted. 
June 3 Decision notification emailed to those who submitted abstracts.
June 3
Registration and housing open

Resources and Guidelines

Prepare for a successful presentation with the following guidelines and information:

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Presenter Registration

Presenter/Organizer/Moderator Policy - Presenters must be individual members of APHA. Session organizers, moderators and presenters are required to pay the appropriate registration fee for full or one-day access to the meeting. 

Speakers who fail to show up for their presentation without notifying the program planner (PDF) of cancellation will not be permitted to present papers or posters at any APHA-sponsored meeting for two years following the "no-show". 

Copyright Issues - If you are using materials in your presentation (pictures, charts, graphs, videos, etc.) that are not original work, remember to cite the original source. If you are drawing heavily on another source, it is your responsibility to seek permission from the original source to use the material.

Publication Rights - Abstracts submitted and accepted for the APHA Annual Meeting may not be presented at any other meeting or published in any journal prior to Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. If an author wants his or her paper published after the meeting, it is the author's responsibility to submit his/her paper to a journal for publication. Professional journals have their own format requirements and specifications for manuscripts. Consult the journal of your choice before submitting your paper. In general, all professional journals will reject manuscripts that are written in the informal manner of speech. Guidelines for manuscript submissions to the American Journal of Public Health.