Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations & Abstracts

The National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP) is excited to announce that peer-reviewed poster abstracts selected for HEALCon 2024 will be published in the Integrative Medicine Clinicians Journal and on PubMed Central

If you are a student, clinician, researcher, or educator who is passionate about your work in the fields of holistic nutrition, health, and wellness, this is a groundbreaking opportunity to get your ideas published and take your work to a new level of success.

This amazing opportunity is afforded in partnership with

What is a Poster Presentation?

A Poster Presentation is an opportunity to present an overview of your area of expertise to a broad audience in a professional yet informal setting. It is a chance to interact with colleagues and other interested parties, network, gather feedback about your work, and possibly forge future collaborations.

Benefits of Presenting a Poster

  • An opportunity to increase confidence, visibility, and credibility in your area of expertise
  • Publication in the Integrative Medicine Clinicians Journal, PubMed Central, and the NANP website; all easily accessible to colleagues and prospective employers
  • Five (5) Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for Professional and CDSPTM Associate members; a digital Certificate of Achievement for Student members
  • Academic Institutions and Healthcare ranking credit
  • Potential book or in-depth article publication opportunities
  • Resume booster that may lead to employment opportunities
  • Poster content can serve as the foundation for a final school project. (Consult with your school and/or advisor.)
  • Posters will be on display throughout the HEALCon 2024 event for viewing by vendors, peers, and guests.

Present your Research at HEALCon 2024 and get published in Integrative Medicine Clinicians Journal and on PubMed Central

Categories for Consideration:


  • Visual representation of in vitro or in vivo experiments. If animals or human subjects are involved, verification of appropriate healthcare compliance guidelines must be met. 

Literature Review

  • Visual representation of a literature review that fills a gap in the literature.

Educational Protocols

  • Visual representation of an educational protocol that will potentially improve a healthcare concern.

Who is eligible to present a poster?

  • Students
  • Clinicians
  • Educators
  • Researchers
  • Natural chefs
  • Nutrition professionals
  • Coaches
  • Certified Dietary Supplement ProfessionalsTM
  • Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition®

NOTE: You must be an NANP member in good standing to submit a poster abstract and be prepared to attend HEALCon 2024 in person to present your poster if selected.

Review & Selection Process:

  1. NANP members (Professional, Associate, Student) are eligible to submit proposals.
  2. Abstracts will be blind peer-reviewed by at least two subject matter experts.
  3. The review committee may request additional information before selection.
  4. Abstract authors selected for poster presentations will be notified by email.

NANP reserves the right to refuse any submission.

How to Create an Abstract, Poster, & Prepare for Delivering a Poster Presentation

Click the button below to access the downloadable Poster Presentation Abstract Guide.

Poster Presentation Application:

After reviewing the section titled How to Create an Abstract, Poster, and Prepare to Give a Poster Presentation, click on the button below to complete the Poster Presentation Application. Be prepared to include the following:

  1. Presentation title
  2. Authors (List the primary/presenting author first; include all co-authors)
  3. Author affiliations (Academic Institution, Professional Association, place of business, grant or source of subsidy)
  4. Phone numbers (for all authors/co-authors)
  5. Email address of primary/presenting author
  6. Abstract (maximum 300 words)

For more information contact Randi Dixon-

Poster Session Disclaimer
The content of a poster presentation is the sole author’s opinion/research, not that of the NANP. The presenter is responsible for ensuring they are within their scope of practice and that the research is presented professionally and ethically.