2020 Call for Abstracts


The National Update on Behavioral Emergencies (NUBE) conference planning committee would like to invite you to submit a scientific abstract to present at the virtual annual conference on December 3-4, 2020.

Please note that this submission is for original research (ie, lecture proposals should be submitted separately on the speaker and panelists form).

Abstract Guidelines

  • Presentations must avoid any semblance of commercialism: those constituting promotion and advertising are
  • To submit original research, please write a 500-word (or less) abstract. The abstract should involve original qualitative or quantitative research, should be relevant to behavioral emergencies, should not have been published elsewhere at time of presentation.
  • Research abstracts should be structured in a standard fashion (i.e., Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions). Ongoing research without preliminary results is accepted only if there is a compelling reason to inform the scientific community of study design or methodology.Please note that abstracts should not contain identifying author information; this information is entered separately on the website.

The application process is a blind review (i.e., the reviewers are unaware of the applicant’s identity). Therefore, applicants should be careful not to disclose their identity when writing their abstract.