All investigators in the field of clinical pharmacy and clinical pharmacology, ACCP members and nonmembers alike, are invited
to submit abstracts to be considered for presentation at the ACCP Spring Forum. ACCP’s April meeting delivers
specialty certification preparatory review and recertification courses, ACCP Academy programming, the Clinical Care Forum,
and scientific poster presentations. Submit an abstract and plan to join us April 25-26, 2020, in St. Louis, Missouri. All poster presenters must
be registered for one of the meeting's programs (i.e., ACCP Spring Forum, ACCP Academy, Clinical Practice Forum, or Emerge
from the Crowd [students only]).
All abstracts accepted and presented by the designated presenting author, except for “Encore” and “Research-in-Progress” presentations, will have
full-text abstracts published online in JACCP, an official journal of the ACCP. Only the abstract title, authors, and original citation will be published
for “Encore” presentations. All accepted abstracts will be published full-text in the ACCP Meeting app.
To review the complete submission instructions, guidelines, and review criteria, and to submit an abstract visit the ACCP website.
ACCP Spring Forum
April 25-26, 2020
The poster presentation session (Saturday, April 25th from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.) is scheduled to maximize attendance of
registrants from the ACCP Spring Forum, the Academy, the Clinical Practice Forum, and
Emerge from the Crowd (students only).
The poster session is are open (free) to all attendees registered for the ACCP Spring Forum, the Academy, the
Clinical Practice Forum or Emerge from the Crowd.
Travel information for the ACCP Spring Forum
meeting includes information about the headquarters hotel and online
hotel reservations, details on getting to St. Louis, and information
on how to request a letter of invitation to the ACCP Spring Forum.
On most major credit cards, the CVV/CVN number can be found on the back of your credit card on, or near, the signature line. The image below is an
example of where a CVV/CVN is likely to appear on your credit card.
Note: For American Express credit cards, the CVV/CVN number appears on the front of the card.