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Traditional Poster Session Submission

CALL FOR VIRTUAL RESEARCH POSTERS AND "WORKS IN PROGRESS" 
COME AND SHARE AT THE IM4US 2020 Annual Conference!

 

Poster Chairs: Paula Gardiner, MD, and Maria Chao, DrPH, MPA

Share your research with this great opportunity for networking and connections with one another. Help us create a virtual room filled with amazing 2 minute video presentations on your topic and pdf posters that will come alive at various times during this year’s conference!

The poster sessions will be juried this year in two categories: Research Projects, Innovations in Practice.
 

-Research Projects are presentations that either review and present data on a topic or are original research in nature.

-Innovations in practice are presentations that highlight new clinical ideas that are in any stage of trial which can be applied to clinical practice.

We welcome submissions at all levels of ability….

 

Submission Guidelines

All poster abstracts must be submitted using the conference submission site by the abstract deadline: July 14th, 2020. Space for research posters is limited, and while we will make every effort to accommodate all interested groups, we advise you to submit your poster well before the deadline.

Please submit a 2-minute video using a phone camera, 1 photo or pdf, and a 200 word abstract that will be included in the electronic conference program and posted on the conference web site. Submissions will be judged on the abstract alone.  If necessary you may use a 'place holder' for your video and poster for the submission to be complete.  You will have time to adjust once your submission is accepted. Research abstracts should include the following 4 headings: Introduction or Background (a brief explanation about why your work is important or what goals were in mind in context of your community), Methods or Intervention (a brief explanation of what was evaluated or the intervention being tried), Results or Report (a brief explanation of what happened with the research, innovation in practice, or community connection), and Discussion (a brief interpretation of what your work means or what is the next step with your work).

 

There is a maximum of one poster per presenting author, but several authors may participate in a presentation. The presenting author of a poster must be registered for the conference and be available at the poster session to which their poster is assigned. Any poster presenter may submit to various other conference presentations in addition to submitting a poster for review.

Oral Poster Selection

A select number of accepted posters will receive an opportunity to complete a short oral presentation (approximately 10 minutes) during the conference parallel tracks.

 

Poster Display Size: please consider the size of a computer screen as that is how most of these will be displayed.

 





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