CLP 2022: Encouraging Response to Abstracts Call
‘We are well on track for a highly successful meeting’
Organisers of CLP 2022—the first face-to-face annual meeting for two years—are encouraged by the response to the call for abstracts, which closed last month.The total of 509 abstract submissions breaks down into:
Comparisons with previous years are shown here:
Program chair Sandy Rackley, MD, FACLP, says the Academy Board are expecting fewer in-person attendees at CLP 2022 than at previous in-person annual meetings, but together with those delegates attending online, it is expected that the overall total may break records. “The response to our call for abstracts is a good indicator that we are well on track for a highly successful meeting,” she says.
With a theme of Making Connections: Inspiring Transformation Through Education, CLP 2022 at the Hilton Atlanta is on November 9-12. The preconference program on November 9 includes an Essentials of C-L Psychiatry half-day course, free to members registered for the annual meeting.
CLP Receives Further Grant of $100,000 from APBN
Unrestricted grant supports diplomates attending Academy online education events
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) is again providing the Academy with an unrestricted grant of $100,000 to support its diplomates attending Academy online education events at the same price as Academy members.
The Academy Board was pleased to accept the grant and enable access to its upcoming CLP 2022 annual meeting, on November 9-12, in support of C-L Psychiatry diplomates.
ABPN will be notifying its diplomates of the availability of CLP 2022 CME and MOC credits available and provide details on how diplomates can register.
ACLP has thanked ABPN for its collaboration on meeting the vital education needs of C-L psychiatrists.