Call for Poster Presentation Abstracts

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Working on something exciting and innovative in the area of Public Health or Medical Preparedness and Response? Show it off in a Poster Session at the 2016 Integrated Public Health and Healthcare System Preparedness Summit!

Participating in the poster presentation provides an opportunity to:

  • Be part of a premiere event attended by nearly 1,000 professionals.
  • Exhibit for your peers and advance your professional reputation.
  • Promote your experience to an engaged audience.
  • Contribute to the industry knowledge base.

To be considered for a Poster Session, you must submit a Poster Session Abstract online by March 18, 2016 which includes a brief description of your project/topic (200 words or less). Topics may include, but are not limited to academic or field research, innovative demonstration/pilot projects, disaster response lessons learned, healthcare preparedness, and public-private partnerships.

Selected participants are expected to be onsite at the summit on June 22, 2016 to set up their poster, and present their display during the designated time below to answer any questions from attendees. Each display will be a 36” x 48” informational poster. The poster session is intended to be casual and conversational; there will be no formal presentation.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

7:00am – 8:00am      Poster display set-up

8:00am – 9:00am      Poster presenter onsite at display to answer questions

8:00am – 6:30pm      Poster displays open for viewing during conference and reception

Each Poster Session abstract that is accepted will include one (1) FREE conference registration. Additional authors for each Poster Session will be responsible for payment of the conference fee if they choose to attend. Full attendance for Poster authors is not required. Applicants will be notified regarding their acceptance by April 1, 2016.

ALL Abstracts MUST be submitted ONLINE no later than March 18, 2016!

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