Did you miss the deadline for poster submission for the 2021 conference? Was your program evaluation or research not far enough along? Do you have a new clinical innovation to share? Have no fear, a late-breaking poster submission is here!
We are excited to announce that there is still time to submit your work for presentation at the upcoming conference! The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association invites you to submit a “Late-Breaking” poster proposal. This opportunity will allow you to present important late-breaking findings in the field of collaborative/integrated care. This submission should be a new poster proposal that has not already been submitted for the 2021 conference.
Proposals for Late-Breaking Poster Presentations must be submitted online on or before July 15th, 2021.
We have some great ways to show your work online at our virtual conference. You will have the opportunity to show your work off digitally and get feedback. It always feels good to contribute to a community event like our annual conference and submitting a poster is one of the easiest ways to do your part in promoting integrated care. Read more about the virtual poster presentation experience under the “About Poster Presentation” tab below.
Not sure whether your work would make a good poster? The poster format works well for many types of projects beyond just the traditional “research” and evaluation studies. To give you some ideas of the wide variety of projects that can be presented via poster, the CFHA Research and Evaluation Committee has gathered these examples of different types of posters, ranging from literature reviews, descriptions of training programs, implementation efforts, quality improvement projects, and more. Consider submitting your own work as a poster – share your work with others in the field!
Poster Presentations allow authors to visually present their best ideas and/or latest research findings in a way that facilitates dialogue and networking among colleagues.
We encourage proposals that represent an array of projects including progressive policy-oriented work, novel training initiatives, pilot projects, studies of fiscal issues, formal scientific research, program evaluation, quality improvement initiatives, and performance improvement.
For poster presentations, the pdf of the poster will be available to conference registrants for viewing. You may prepare a handout and/or a 2-4 minute video (think elevator speech) that will be “attached” to the link to your poster. See an example froom the 2020 conference posters. We are looking into a live session or chat option so you can interact with conference attendees. Stay tuned for more information.
As a Poster Presenter for the CFHA Conference, you understand and explicitly agree that:
- The Primary Contact Person indicated on your proposal consents to receive all correspondence and accepts responsibility for conveying and confirming Conference-related information with all Poster Presenters.
- In the event of an in-person conference, presenters are responsible for their own travel and hotel arrangements and assume all related costs. Presenters are encouraged to secure accommodations at the official CFHA conference hotel.
- Presenters must notify CFHA in writing if a conflict of interest related to the content of a presentation develops at any time before the Conference.
- Poster Presenters will display on the day assigned by CFHA.
- Presenters grant permission to CFHA to take photographs, videos and/or audio recordings and to publish them at CFHA’s sole discretion in any format.
- For presentations involving research with human subjects, presenters acknowledge that research has been reviewed by and either exempted or received approval from the appropriate institutional review board and the data has been collected in an ethical manner.
- Appropriate “Releases of Confidential Information” have been obtained by Presenters for all client materials that will be used or recorded as part of this presentation. The responsibility for protecting client confidentiality rests with Presenters.
- Written permission from copyright holders must be obtained by Presenters for the use of any previously published material in presentation or handouts.
- In lieu of printed handout materials, CFHA will offer online access to these resource materials for Conference registrants.
- Presenters must refrain from attempting to persuade attendees to purchase or use a specific product, service, piece of equipment, or device.
- Presenters must refrain from overt statements or pointed humor that disparages the rightful dignity and social equity of any person or group.
- Acceptance of a proposal does not imply endorsement by CFHA of presenters, course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.