2019 Best Paper Contest is Now Open

The NJPA welcomes all Fellows, Residents, Research Volunteers, Shadow & Medical Students to participate in this year's Best Paper Contest.

Submissions can be made in the the categories of Single Author Fellow, Single Author Resident, Single Author Medical Student and Joint Submission (any combination of no more than 3 Fellows, Residents, Research Volunteers, Shadow and Medical Students)*.
*Research Volunteers and Shadow Students are required to submit under a Joint Submission.

The deadline for submission of papers is Monday, January 14, 2019. Judging will take place immediately following the deadline and all entrants will be notified of the results in early February.

The author(s) of the winning papers in each category will receive a free registration to the 2019 NJPA Spring Meeting scheduled for a Saturday in April 2019 (date TBD), where a certificate and cash prize will be awarded. Honorable Mention certificates will also be presented at the 2019 Spring Meeting.

Click here for contest Rules, Guidelines and Instructions

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