Paper Presentation:
Clinical or research papers will be organized by topic within a specified time period. Thirty-five (35) minutes will be allotted for each oral presentation. A moderator will be assigned to coordinate the two paper presentations.

Poster Session:
Empirical findings are appropriate for this format. These sessions will be presented simultaneously in a setting that allows for one-on-one discussion between the presenter and the attendee. Posters involve presenting data, graphs, illustrations and text on the 4' x 8' poster boards.

Workshop Session:
A one and a half hour presentation based on teaching direct skills and application of theory. Workshops can combine theoretical and experiential approaches.

Symposium:
A one and a half hour formalized presentation of a group of papers organized around a central theme or topic. The Symposium Chair will recruit, organize, and submit all the abstracts from the authors/participants who have been asked to be involved in the specific symposium. The Symposium Chair must submit all abstracts with all participant information as one package. If you are interested in submitting a symposium for consideration, please download the 2018 ATSA Symposium Submission Instructions and email your completed submission to Kelly McGrath, Conference Administrator: kelly@atsa.com All symposium submissions will be confirmed by email from Kelly at the ATSA office within one week of submission. Please email Kelly if you have not received this emailed confirmation.

Panel:
A one and a half hour formalized presentation organized around a central theme or topic. The Panel Chair will recruit, organize, and submit all the content from the panel participants. The Panel Chair must submit one abstract with all participant information as one package. If you are interested in submitting a panel for consideration, please download the 2018 ATSA Panel Submission Instructions and email your completed submission to Kelly McGrath, Conference Administrator: kelly@atsa.com  All panel submissions will be confirmed by email from Kelly at the ATSA office within one week of submission. Please email Kelly if you have not received this emailed confirmation.

Student Clinical Case and Data Blitz:
ATSA is excited to present the 5th Annual Clinical Case and Data Blitz. Students will present their research and clinical work in 5 minutes or less during the ATSA Clinical Case and Data Blitz. The session features up to 15 presentations examining important issues related to the prevention, assessment, management, and treatment of people who have committed sexual offenses. Download the application and submission instructions here: 2018 Student Clinical Case and Data Blitz Instructions

 

2018 ATSA Conference