NPA is excited to launch P.O.D.cast….Posters on Demand

On behalf of the Nevada Psychological Association, you are invited to submit proposals of your scholarly work for NPA’s virtual P.O.D.cast….Posters on Demand. Submissions should discuss research (i.e. psychological research, clinical research, applied research). All submissions will be reviewed and evaluated by a review committee. We welcome your involvement in our organization and encourage you to seek membership in NPA.

What is NPA’s P.O.D.cast?
P.O.D.cast (Posters on Demand) is NPA’s fresh take on a traditional poster session. This virtual format encourages participants to think “outside of the box” and allows their research to have more visibility while saving money and time! NPA’s P.O.D.cast will consist of individual research “video posters.” These videos will consist of no more than 7 slides (including the cover slide), last no longer than 5 minutes and can incorporate a QR code that links to the participants’ full research. Videos will be posted online for public viewing and promoted on social media. For an example of what we’re looking for, NPA recommends viewing the “Better Poster” video.

How are Virtual Posters judged?
Virtual posters will be judged online by a panel of psychologists during a pre-scheduled live meeting via Zoom. Posters may report on empirical (quantitative or qualitative) studies or non-empirical (theoretical/review) projects. Research will be judged on the following: professionalism, conceptualization, methodology (empirical only), conclusions and overall contribution to the discipline. The panel of psychologists will review each of the virtual posters and determine the winners, which will be announced at our 29th Annual Conference, which is scheduled for Friday, April 30th, 2021 via Zoom webinar.

What do winners of the P.O.D. cast receive?
NPA’s P.O.D.cast offers special recognition to participants who have the most exemplary posters. Three cash prizes are awarded: 1st Place $200, 2nd Place $100 and 3rd Place $50

How do I submit my research? Participating in NPA’s P.O.D. cast is as easy as 1-2-3:

     1. Submit your “virtual poster” online by March 10th, 2021 
     2. Join our live, virtual Annual Conference on April 30th during our Awards  Luncheon from 12:00 - 1:15pm
          to find out if your poster won. Zoom login info will be sent to you by email. 
     3. Award winners will receive their checks by mail after winners are announced on April 30th.

CLICK HERE to submit your P.O.D.Cast

P.O.D.cast Presentation Format:

Presenters will be expected to submit:
        • A virtual video of their poster presentation, no longer than 5-minutes in length.
        • Video to consist of no more than 7 slides, including cover slide.

P.O.D.cast application submission includes:

  • Poster Title (15-20 words)
  • Cover sheet including title, author(s) and institution(s) 
  • Abstract (500-word maximum) 
  • Subject area 
  • Author and Co-Author information: 
    Name(s) of author(s) (first author should be listed first) 
    University or business affiliation(s) 
    Individual email address(es) 

Remember... Before applicants begin working on their virtual poster, NPA highly recommends viewing the “Better Poster” video. Virtual poster videos should contain no more than 7 slides (including the cover slide), last no longer than 5 minutes and can incorporate a QR code that links to the applicant's full research.

NPA POSTER SESSION GUIDELINES AND DISCLAIMER

  • Any undergraduate or graduate student may submit a virtual poster. You are not required to be a member of NPA to participate. However, there are many benefits to student membership including substantial discounts for CE workshop attendance throughout the year. If you would like to join NPA, click here
  • Virtual posters must be original work, but it is permissible for the work to have been presented at a previous conference. 
  • Original work may include: 1) experimental studies with empirical data, 2) review papers that include your own theoretical analysis or 3) case studies that include an original analysis of theory, treatment, and/or outcome.