ISSS 2020 – Virtual Conference

Welcome to the ISSS 2020 Virtual Conference! Although not how we envisioned meeting, we are delighted to still be able to share this content with you.

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Virtual Conference Links and Schedule

Live Content
*Recordings of addresses and panel presentations will be made available after their conclusions. All times listed are Vienna local time (GMT+2). How do I convert to my local time zone? 

26 June Event (Zoom Info)
13:00-14:00 Special Interest Group: Ecological Momentary Assessment
14:30-15:00 Welcome/Introduction
15:00-16:00 Keynote: Dr. Barent Walsh

When Art Meets Suicide: The Sad Trajectories of Vincent Van Gogh and Diane Arbus 
16:00-16:45 Expert Panel: Careers in NSSI
16:45-17:15 "Happy Hour"
   
27 June Event (Zoom Info)
12:00-12:45 Rapid Poster Presentations
13:00-14:00 Special Interest Group Meetings:
  • Neurobiology
  • Stigma
14:00-15:30 Annual General Meeting & Awards Announcement
15:30-16:15 Rising Star Presentation & Address: Dr. Brooke Ammerman
16:15-16:30 Concluding Remarks

Pre-Recorded Content

ISSS 2020 Registration

Please use the following form to register for ISSS 2020. Upon submitting the form, you will be directed to a page where you can make your payment.

Online registration will close June 20, 2020; you may also register on-site for an additional fee.

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 26-27, 2020 in Vienna, Austria! We welcome submissions from members and non-members.

The abstract deadline has been extended to 11:59 PM UTC, March 7th, 2020.

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 late spring 2020.

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT