2019 Call For Abstracts

The Executive Board of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) invites abstract submissions for oral (paper) and poster presentations at this year’s annual conference, to be held June 21-22, 2019 in Orlando, Florida! We welcome submissions from members and non-members.

Abstracts are due for submission by February 28th, 2019!

Submission Details:
All submissions require the inclusion of a title, abstract (maximum 250 words), and author list for the proposed presentation. During the submission process, you will be able to indicate whether the submission should be considered for presentation as a paper (talk/oral presentation), poster, or both. Further, oral presentations submitted as part of a symposium are welcome; there is an opportunity to specify a symposium title during the time of submission so that separate oral presentation submissions can be linked together. You will also be able to submit your abstract for consideration for the ISSS Travel Award and the ISSS Student Award!

Decisions on submissions will be made by March 18, 2019.

To submit your abstract, click here!

Call for Nominations

The ISSS Board of Directors announces the opening of the PRESIDENT position on the executive board (see description below). Individuals who have completed a professional degree, and who are active, voting members of the organization in good standing are eligible to run for this position. The term for President will officially begin at the close of the business meeting held at the 2019 ISSS Conference.

Click Here to Submit your Nomination

You may nominate yourself or someone else (please make sure they wish to be nominated). Nominations are due on December 21st, 2018.

Description of Responsibilities:

President (2-year term, plus 1 year as Past President): The president is responsible for scheduling and presiding over ISSS meetings with an agenda. The president is responsible for all matters related to the welfare, stature, and proper operation of ISSS and will perform duties as needed to ensure the proper functioning and advancement of the society. The president will also assist with maintaining the leadership structure of ISSS (e.g., making nominations for vacant positions during a term), overseeing committees, as well as assist the conference committee with ISSS conference planning. The President shall perform such other duties as are necessarily incident to the office of President or as may be prescribed by the Board. Individuals who have completed a professional degree and who are active, voting members of the organization and are in good standing are eligible to run for this position.