Panel 30-minute presentations that include discussion and/or minimum of 5 minutes Q & A. Presentations may be grouped consecutively to form a larger session. Projects and initiatives for presentation should be completed or well underway and should not be in the early brainstorming or early implementation stages.
Roundtable 45-minute facilitated discussions that engage participants in experiences such as exploring challenges in professional collaboration, unintended consequences, or political, societal, and ethical aspects of population health education and/or practice. Presentations may include ideas in development that are relevant to the conference themes. A roundtable might provide an opportunity for collective problem solving of an identified challenge. A submission to facilitate a roundtable should include a summary describing the problem or issue, its significance, the questions to be posed, and a plan for engaging the participants.
Workshop 60-minute activity that engages the participants in facilitated activities and exercises to increase the participants’ competence or understanding in a particular area. This presentation is generally focused on skill-building. Preference will be given to proposals that clearly meet the description above. When submitting your presentation proposal please indicate your workshop objectives, agenda, and the participation processes.
Project 15-minute presentations that include 1-2 minutes of Q & A on original work, with a focus on presentation of research findings or data. Related sessions may be presented back-to-back during one 45-minute session.
Student Lightning Round 10-minute presentation to share experience and knowledge on a particular subject that expands on a student poster presentation topic. Students who submit a poster presentation proposal have the option to be consideration for an Oral Lightning Round presentation.
Presenters are required to participate in a live 60-minute virtual Poster Session on the afternoon of Tuesday March 9, 2021. The Poster Presentation format will include two components:
1. Video Presentation
Poster presenters will provide a link to a brief video (2-5 minutes) they produce that summarizes the poster or provides an overview of the poster topic. Presenters can record themselves or record a voice-over portions of their poster. Videos can include footage or photos of the project, collaborators, or other engaging content.
2. Poster Presentation
Posters will be uploaded and shared in electronic PDF format. Presenters also have the option to upload one accompanying handout for download/viewing by attendees. Posters can be designed in “landscape” or “portrait” orientation. Alternatively, posters can be broken out into sections on multiple pages, with a maximum of 10 slides/pages.
Virtual Poster Presentation Session Tuesday, March 9, 2020 (4:15-5:15 pm ET) Posters and accompanying videos will be displayed for the entirety of the conference. Participants will have the option to send written questions/comments to poster presenters throughout the conference and poster presenters can respond at any time they choose. During the Poster Presentation Session, poster presenters will be required to answer questions live, and will be able to video chat with attendees in a Zoom breakout room.
Student Poster Awards Student posters will be evaluated by faculty objective reviewers and award winners will be announced at the close of the meeting.