Abstract & Presentation Information

Presenter Important Deadlines​

  • Abstract and CV submission for presenters OPENS on 2/01/2024
  • Abstract and CV submission for presenters CLOSES on 2/18/2024
  • Selected presenters will be notified by email by 3/25/2024
    (Information on process and timeline updates will be provided.)
  • PowerPoint presentation submission if conflict is identified 4/11/2024
  • PowerPoint presentation submission if NO conflict is identified 4/25/2024
    (Slide Set Up Guide & PowerPoint template below.)
  • All presenters must register as attendees by 5/1/2024​
  • Schedule with time / room assignments available by 5/10/2024

Abstract & Slide Submission Information

2024 ILPRC Abstract & Slide Format Guide & Information

2024 Disclosure form pending

Please note:
Both presenter & primary preceptor must complete the Conflict Disclosure Form & upload a CV.

Submission links will be available February 1, 2024.

Presentation Information

Presentation length: 20 minutes total - this includes speaker introduction, 15 minutes presentation, Q & A, and speaker transition. So please allow a few minutes for Q & A at the end of your presentation. The format will be three presentations per hour, per room. All presentation times and room assignments will be available online by May 10, 2024.

Learning Objective & Learning Assessment Question: Each presentation is to have only ONE learning objective and ONE learning assessment question tied to that objective. You will use a show of hands for the answers. Multiple choice questions are appropriate for these knowledge-based presentations.

Please use the PowerPoint Slide template below as you prepare your slides. You may use the ILPRC logo or your institution's logo on your slides. But the format and lay out of your content, including exact wording where specified, must follow this template.


Presenters and preceptors, please note: 
Although we would like the resident's primary preceptor to attend the Illinois Pharmacy Resident Conference, we understand some programs are not able to support every preceptor attending the conference.  If the primary preceptor is not able to attend, we ask that the Residency Program Director, or another preceptor from your organization, who is familiar with the presentation content, attend the resident's presentation to introduce the resident, to help them keep time for their presentation, and to provide general support if needed.