Poster Abstract Submission
Call for Poster Abstracts
The 7th Annual Patient Navigator/Community Health Worker Conference
Four Points Sheraton Norwood
May 12, 2016
Are you a patient navigator or community health worker? Does your work create positive outcomes in health knowledge and behavior? We’d love to hear from you!
Please follow the guidelines below to submit a Poster Abstract and participate in our Poster Session! If your poster abstract is accepted, you are required to attend a two hour web workshop late March or early April. The workshop will provide a poster template, individualized technical assistance and the opportunity to begin work on your poster. All posters will be created electronically using Microsoft PowerPoint, and staff will be available to help anyone who may need assistance.
Poster Abstract submissions are due by Thursday, Febuary 18, 2016.
Guidelines for Submitting a Poster Abstract:
Abstracts are intended to give us an overview of your project or program. Please limit your abstract to 250 words or less.
Please address the following points in your abstract:
- Title of the project/program as it will be displayed on the poster.
- The name and brief description of your agency or organization and any partners involved in this project/program.
- The target population of your project/program.
- The major goal(s) and objectives of your project/program.
- A short description of your project/program.
- Project/program outcomes and lessons learned.
- The name, email address and phone number of a contact person at your organization.
The conference planning committee will review the submissions and contact you within a few weeks. If your poster abstract is accepted, you are required to attend a two hour webinar in late March or early April. The workshop will provide a poster template, individualized technical assistance and the opportunity to begin work on your poster. You will need access to Microsoft PowerPoint to develop your poster, and staff will be available to help anyone who may need assistance. The cost to print, mount and deliver all posters is paid for by the conference funds.
Although your registration fee will be waived, you must be registered for the conference in order to present a poster. Participants must attend the conference and be available to answer questions about their poster during program breaks.