Nominations for IFAPA awards and positions has been extended until 31st March 2021. In addition, Information about the Late Breaking abstracts for Online ISAPA 2021 can be found here.
Current positions for the IFAPA board include
- President Elect
Please submit nominations no later than March 31, 2021 (note: revised deadline) to IFAPA Past President Martin Block, Professor, University of Virginia, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about the positions can be found from the positions posting.
Current Award nominations include
- Elly D. Friedmanm Professional Contribution Award
- IFAPA Young Professional Award
- IFAPA Fellows
Nomination packet includes the nominee’s CV and a one-page (300-400-word) letter of support/biographical sketch of the individual, highlighting major accomplishments in the field of APA. Please submit nominations no later than March 31, 2021 (note the revised deadline) to IFAPA President David Legg, Professor, Mount Royal University, via email at email@example.com. More details of these awards can be found on the recent call for nominations posting.
Nominating IFAPA fellows can be completed online – https://bit.ly/IFAPAFellows
Online ISAPA Late Breaking Submissions
Due to popular demand, the Organising Committee of the Online ISAPA 2021 has decided to open up the opportunity for ‘late breaking’ presentations. Researchers and Practitioners who would like to share their work with the Online ISAPA attendees will have one more opportunity to submit a poster presentation.
Late Breaking Abstracts opens: 29th March 2021
Late Breaking Abstracts closes: 11th April 2021
More information about submission guidelines and the system will be made available shortly on the Online ISAPA website – https://jyu.fi/isapa2021