2023 ABSTRACT GUIDELINES
Welcome to the 2023 Cannabis Research Conference (CRC), **hosted by the Institute of Cannabis Research at Colorado State University Pueblo,
in collaboration with
The Global Hemp Innovation Center of Oregon State University.
You are joining researchers and attendees from every field of cannabis expertise across the country and overseas. Thank you for joining us in exploring cannabis research frontiers!
The Conference Research Abstract should not exceed 350 words.
Please minimize the use of abbreviations and do not cite references in the abstract. Abstracts should not include any figures or tables. Reports of randomized controlled trials should follow the CONSORT extension for abstracts.
The abstract must include the following six (6) components:
A concise and descriptive title
Explain the context and WHY this research is significant.
How the study was performed and statistical tests used
RESULTS & DISCUSSION:
The key study results and findings
A summary and potential implications.
If your article reports the results of a healthcare intervention on human participants, it must be registered in an appropriate registry, and the registration number and date of registration should be included in the abstract. If it was not registered prospectively (before enrollment of the first participant), you should include the words 'retrospectively registered'.
EXAMPLE OF REQUIRED SUBMISSION FORMAT:
We have included examples of two abstracts from a previous conference that are good examples of the required abstract content.
Each conference presentation is 25 minutes (20 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions).
Presenters do not receive complimentary or discounted conference registration.
All presenters must register for the conference at the conference rate.