FMDA Call for Poster Submissions
Submissions from Physicians, Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners Now Accepted Online.
FMDA is hosting its 17th Annual Poster Session during the Best Care Practices Conference, Nov. 4-7, 2021. The first 10 applicants who are accepted by the review committee will receive complimentary registration to the 2021 conference (only one applicant per poster presentation will be considered).
Poster sessions provide an opportunity for physicians, pharmacists, advanced practice nurses, and physician assistants to share the results of research, best practices, and outcomes with colleagues. The sessions are visual presentations using diagrams, charts, and figures. Poster presentations may be on any aspect of the following categories: clinical care, pharmacology of medicine, medical education, history of medicine, medical direction, medical care delivery, medical ethics, economics of medicine, and pediatric long-term care — and in any post-acute and long-term care setting.
The First 10 Applicants Accepted by the Review Committee will Receive Complimentary Registration to FMDA’s 30th Annual Conference
All poster abstract proposals must be submitted online below. All submissions that are complete and follow the Criteria for Acceptance of Posters will be considered and reviewed based on the content contained within the proposal.
Submission of a proposal is a commitment by at least one author to be present at the designated times to discuss the information in the poster with conference participants. We have arranged the schedule so that there is no overlap between educational sessions and poster display times. The primary presenter listed on the proposal will be informed of its status no later than Oct. 1, 2021. Guidelines for presentation and preparation of visual material will be sent to the primary presenter upon acceptance.
To learn more, or to submit a proposal, visit www.fmda.org, or call Shane Bellotti, at (561) 689-6321.
*Poster presenter schedule is subject to change. Presenters are not required to be present during all viewing hours.