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The International Society for Medical Publication Professionals Announces Call for Abstracts for Its 6th Annual Meeting
Date:12/15/2009

s regular circulation. A small number of abstracts determined to have particularly compelling data will be selected for oral presentation; all other accepted abstracts will be for poster presentations. Authors will be notified in February 2010 if their abstract has been selected for poster or oral presentation. And, as was done last year, the Abstract Review Subcommittee will select one top-ranking poster in three categories - Best in Best Practices, Best in Original Research, and Best in Visual Communication - which will be announced at the Annual Meeting.

About ISMPP

The International Society for Medical Publication Professionals is an independent, non-profit professional association with members from the pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology industries; publications planning and medical communications companies; academia; and medical journals, including editors and publishers. Its goals are to support the educational needs of publication professionals and to develop best practices that ensure the rigorous maintenance of all ethical standards for reporting results of medical research. Additional information about ISMPP is available by contacting the organization's Executive Director, Kimberly Goldin (phone: 914-945-0507; e-mail: kgoldin@ismpp.org), or online at http://www.ismpp.org.

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