- All research abstract, workshop and issue panel proposal submissions and presentations must be in English.
- All research abstract, workshop and issue panel proposal submissions and presentations must not promote any product or service.
- Expenses associated with the submission and presentation of an abstract are the responsibility of the presenter.
- Meeting registration is required for all presenters.
- The presenters of research are required to disclose financial support. Abstract review will NOT be based on this information.
- Research abstract, workshop and issue panel proposal submissions, excluding title and author information, should be no longer than 300 words.
- The use of tables and graphs in your research abstract submission, workshop or issue panel proposals, or case studies are not allowed.
- Generic names should be used for technologies (drugs, devices), not trade names.
- A research abstract that was accepted for another meeting and copyright has been transferred cannot be submitted to an ISPOR meeting.
- Research presented at a previous ISPOR meeting is not allowed.
- Multiple abstracts on the same study are discouraged.
ISSUE PANEL PROPOSAL INFORMATION
- Issue Panels are designed to
stimulate real debate on new or controversial issues in
health economic/pharmacoeconomic and outcomes research
or use of outcomes research in health care
- An issue panel is composed of a moderator and 2 to
- To assure lively debate, panelists and/or
moderator should be from different institutions and/or
work environments representing different perspectives
on the debate.
- Panelists should present distinct views about the
- Issue Panel proposals must be organized as
- TITLE: Full title of your Issue Panel (showing the
debate issue in the title is recommended)
- MODERATOR AND/OR CONTACT PERSON: Name, degrees,
position, and full contact information for the
Moderator of the Issue Panel
- PANELISTS: Names, degrees, positions, and full
contact information for the Issue Panelists. A maximum of three panelists is permitted. Each panelist should represent a different point of view.
- ISSUE: A clear definition of the issue should be
described indicating the perspectives to be presented
(with panelists named for each perspective).
- OVERVIEW: Background information on the issue(s)
should be included.
- Accepted proposals are published AS SUBMITTED in the Meeting Program and Schedule of Events.
STEP 1: TITLE AND ISSUE PANEL PERSPECTIVE
When submitting your proposal, titles must be submitted in all CAPS. You must also provide the question which will be debated by the panelists.
STEP 2: TOPICS FOR ISSUE PANEL SUBMISSIONS:
When submitting your proposal, you must select a topic that best describes your issue panel.
TOPICS FOR ISSUE PANEL PROPOSAL
Issue Panel submissions are accepted on the following TOPICS:
- Health Policy Development Using Outcomes Research Issues
- Use of Real World Data Issues
- Clinical Outcomes Research Issues
- Economic Outcomes Research Issues
- Patient-Reported Outcomes & Patient Preference Research Issues
CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION OF THE ISSUE PANEL
- Is the issue panel clearly a debate on an issue?
- Is the issue clearly defined?
- Is more than one perspective identified?
- Is the background information (included in the overview) clear and concise?
- Is there time allotted for audience discussion and debate?
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