Why is this session important? Please describe why this topic is important and relevant.
two objectives for participation in your session in the following format:
Learning objectives should
describe behavior in measurable terms, what you would expect learners to
take away and implement from this activity.
Each objective must be specific,
to the point, and limited to one sentence.
AVOID these words: Understand,
Know, Realize, Be aware of, and Perceive
Presenters must be available to set-up, present, and tear down their posters
during the evening of Monday, March 16.
Abstract (400 words) Abstract should
contain the following headings:
Purpose: Describe the problem
being addressed, state the objective of the study or project, and any relevant
Methods: Describe the study
design or project, setting, participants, interventions, measures, main
outcomes, and analyses.
Results: State the main findings
of the study or evaluation.
Conclusions: Summarize the main
findings/interpretation of the study or project, and provide context by stating
main implications of the findings for practice, policy, or research, and next
Poster presentations should summarize results using
visuals such as tables, graphs, and pictures. Presentations will be displayed
on a 4x8 foot wide poster board. The purpose of this presentation format is to
facilitate one-on-one and small group discussions with colleagues. Presenters
are required to be at their poster boards during the Poster reception on Monday, March 16. All poster presenters
are responsible for the removal of their materials from boards by the end of
their presentation time. Any posters remaining will be discarded.