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PRIMR24 Poster Presentation Program

The presentation of posters at the PRIM&R Annual Conference promotes interdisciplinary sharing and collaboration, and facilitates the exchange of ideas, information, and practical strategies for the many challenges faced by research professionals.
  1. Review this webpage in full before submitting and abstract; it outlines information on submission categories, abstract formats, and poster logistics.
  2. Draft your abstract according to specifics below.
  3. Complete the online submission form by April 26, 2024, at 11:59 PM ET.
  4. Decisions will be sent via email by June 17, 2024.

Poster Abstract Categories and Submission Format

Poster abstracts should be based upon an innovative program related to the successful work of research oversight and compliance programs, or empirical research on or conceptual analyses of topics or questions relevant:
Below is information on each poster category and the submission requirements. Abstracts must include information in each section to be considered.

Programmatic Abstracts (550 words or less)
Programmatic abstracts describe impactful and innovative approaches to the management and operation of HRPPs/IRBs, IACUCs/ACUs, IBCs, research integrity programs, and/or conflict of interest offices, and include analysis of such programmatic endeavors, and directions for the future. Programmatic submissions must include these five sections:
Empirical Abstracts (550 words or less)
Empirical abstracts describe empirical studies related to research ethics, including research on policies, practices, and concepts in human subjects research, animal care and use,  or on “crossover topics” that span the research program including shared oversight challenges, emerging trends and technologies, and/or challenges to trustworthiness and ethics. These abstracts include a description of the research,  data collection and conclusions drawn from the data analysis, and directions for future work. Empirical submissions must include these five sections:
Conceptual Analysis Abstracts (550 words or less)
Conceptual analysis abstracts describe normative theses or conceptual analyses that address an ethical, policy, or practical problem in research ethics, and identify directions for future theoretical or practical work. Conceptual analysis submissions must include these five sections:

Submission Guidelines and Terms of Agreement

Late-Breaking Poster Abstract Submissions

For those individuals who did not have data ready to submit an abstract during the initial submission period, we encourage you to submit a poster abstract during our late-breaking submissions period between May 28 and June 28, 2024. Please note the following about late-breaking abstracts:

The Pillars of PRIM&R Outstanding Poster Award

The Pillars of PRIM&R Outstanding Poster Award recognizes outstanding projects designed to improve HRPPs or animal care and use oversight programs through better education, tools, procedures, practices, or which contribute to empirical research or scholarship in the research ethics field. Each year, one abstract will be selected from the Poster Abstract Program to be designated as the "Pillars of PRIM&R Outstanding Poster Award Recipient."

The award includes complimentary conference registration,  two nights hotel accommodations for the lead poster author, and a one-year complimentary PRIM&R membership.

Any poster abstract submitted to the first round of the PRIMR23 Poster Program will automatically be considered for the Pillars of PRIM&R Outstanding Poster Award. The winning abstract will be selected by the conference Poster Abstract Committee.

Learn more about the Pillars of PRIM&R.


Frequently Asked Questions about the Poster Presentation Program can be found on this webpage. Contact us with additional questions.