Annual Meeting & Scientific Session

Planning is underway for the 2023 Annual Meeting & Scientific Session. 

Registration for the 2023 NC Psychiatric Association Pre-Conference & Annual Meeting will open soon.

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Hotel Information

Marriott Grande Dunes Resort and Spa 

The Marriott Grande Dunes is now taking reservations for the 2023 NCPA Annual Meeting. The discounted room rate is available from September 25 through October 4.

The last day to make reservations in our discounted room block is August 28, but the block is expected to fill up before that cutoff date. To make your room reservations in our block, click here to book online. Alternatively, you may call the hotel at 800-228-9290 and identify yourself as an attendee of the North Carolina Psychiatric Association's meeting.

Marriott Grande Dunes Resort and Spa
8400 Costa Verde Drive
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Escape to the only AAA-rated Four Diamond hotel in Myrtle Beach to enjoy all-day dining and incredible ocean views Bask in the sun, play in the surf or take a dip in the indoor and outdoor pools. The Hibiscus Spa offers a full menu of wellness services and complimentary health club.

Reserve Your Room Online >>

Single/Double: $229.00 per night

The hotel's self-parking fee and daily $25 resort fee will be waived at check-in.

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2023 Resident Poster Session Submission Information

The Psychiatric Foundation of North Carolina is pleased to host the Poster Session taking place on Saturday, September 30 at the Annual Meeting & Scientific Session in Myrtle Beach, SC.

We invite you to submit abstracts and posters that include original, data-driven research from any field of psychiatry. Quality improvement projects and case series will also be given secondary priority for inclusion. If case reports are submitted, we encourage residents to discuss novel patient presentations that are underrepresented in the medical literature. 

This year, for the first time, resident and student posters will be eligible for awards in two separate categories. 1) Resident and 2) Medical Student. The Psychiatric Foundation of NC will be providing cash awards to the first authors. 

Poster Session Information