Biennial ISRCAP Scientific Meeting
"Understanding Youth, Family and Patient
Involvement in Research and Practice"
Wednesday, June 15 - Saturday, June 18, 2022
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Athens, Greece
CONFERENCE SUBMISSION INFORMATION
ISRCAP will be accepting submissions exclusively through Google Forms. Please click the appropriate link below depending on the type of submission. Any questions regarding conference submissions or using the online platform can be directed to ISRCAP@gmail.com.
***All submissions are due by 11:59 PM US Eastern Standard Time on Friday, December 17th.
OPTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION LINKS
Click here to submit an application for a TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
***For these applications, you will be asked to list the ISRCAP member sponsor who will be providing a letter of support for you on the application. For the international scholarship application, that sponsor should submit a letter of endorsement. For the trainee scholarship application, that sponsor should submit a letter attesting to the trainee’s significant role in developing or conducting the study and endorsing their ability to attend the meeting.
ALL SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT LETTERS SHOULD BE EMAILED TO ISRCAP@GMAIL.COM BY THE DEADLINE.
CONFERENCE SUBMISSION LINKS
Click here to submit an application for a SYMPOSIUM
Click here to submit an application for an INDEPENDENT ORAL PRESENTATION
Click here to submit an application for a POSTER
OPTIONAL DONATIONS TO FUND SCHOLARSHIPS
ISRCAP is committed to increasing the participation of people from a variety of backgrounds, particularly those who have traditionally been under-represented. ISRCAP relies on its members for financial support and has no commercial sponsors. Though our resources are limited, we hope to make it possible for people of limited means (e.g., scholars from LMIC, students) to participate in this important event. Any donations made here will entirely be dedicated to offering additional travel scholarships. Donations may also be made directly through our PayPal account - please email ISRCAP@gmail.com for more information.
Keynote Lecture I:
Catherine Creswell, PhD, Professor Developmental Clinical Psychology at the University of Oxford.
Dr. Creswell will deliver a keynote lecture on co-developing research priorities, measures, and treatment with youth and families.
Keynote Lecture II:
Gail Ferguson, PhD, Associate Professor, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota.
Dr. Ferguson will deliver a keynote lecture on issues of identity and acculturation, and their relationship with mental and physical health.