2021 Virtual Conference Poster Submission

SPPCP Virtual Poster Session Information and Submission Guidelines

As part of the 2021 SPPCP Virtual Conference, we are hosting the second annual Virtual Poster Session. Poster session submissions are open to all SPPCP members. Posters will be posted for the whole week of the virtual conference (May 3rd through 9th) for virtual conference attendees to view. The virtual poster session is an opportunity to share and disseminate research, including research-in-progress, or quality improvement projects to virtual conference attendees.

The Virtual Poster Session includes synchronous and asynchronous presentations as follows:

PGY2 Pain Management and Palliative Care (PMPC) Residents

May participate in both Option 1 and 2 or can select only Option 2:

Option 1:

  • Live 3-minute oral presentation of their poster/ project during the virtual conference on Wednesday, May 5th, followed by a live question and answer session with conference attendees

Option 2:

  • Asynchronous poster session in VoiceThread, which allows asynchronous text, audio, or video conversation about your poster. To learn more about the virtual poster session platform, watch: a short video overview of VoiceThread and a video highlighting how to comment in VoiceThread. To be considered for a poster award, the presenter must record a short (less than 3 minute) video presentation on VoiceThread to accompany their poster. Detailed instructions will be provided to accepted poster presenters.

Hospice and Palliative Care Clinicians, Students, PGY1 Pharmacy Residents, non-PMPC PGY2 Pharmacy residents. and other trainees:

  • Asynchronous poster session in VoiceThread, which allows asynchronous text, audio, or video conversation about your poster. To learn more about the virtual poster session platform, watch: a short video overview of VoiceThread and a video highlighting how to comment in VoiceThread. To be considered for a poster award, the presenter must record a short (less than 3 minute) video presentation on VoiceThread to accompany their poster. Detailed instructions will be provided to accepted poster presenters.

 

SPPCP Virtual Poster Session Awards

Best Poster Awards will be recognized in the following categories, based on the title and role of the first author:

  • Best Student Poster
  • Best Resident Poster (includes PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents)
  • Best New PMPC Practitioner Poster (graduated from pharmacy school ≤ 5 years ago)
  • Best Practitioner Poster Award (all other practitioners)

Poster awards will be presented at the SPPCP Virtual Social event following the conclusion of the virtual conference on May 5, 2021. To be considered for a poster award, the presenter must record a short (less than 3 minute) video presentation on VoiceThread to accompany their poster. More information will be provided to accepted poster presenters.

 

Abstract Publication

Abstracts from the virtual poster session will be published in a future edition of the Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy. Results and conclusions are required for your abstract to be published in the journal. Works in progress will be considered for the virtual poster session but will not be included in the publication of abstracts in the journal. Authors may also choose to opt-out of having their abstract published.

 

Submission Instructions:

Abstract submissions will open on Monday, January 25th and close Friday, March 19th at 11:59 pm EST. All SPPCP members are encouraged to submit an abstract for consideration for the virtual poster session. Within the abstract submission form, PGY2 PMPC pharmacy residents will be asked if they would like to be considered for an oral presentation of their poster during the virtual conference. Participants will be notified no later than Wednesday, April 2nd if their poster was accepted.

 

What to include:

Title

  • When entering the abstract title, use mixed case and do not put a period at the end of the title

Abstract

  • Abstracts must be 400 words or less that includes the background, methods for research, results and conclusion/impact. For research in progress, please put in progress or not applicable as needed.

Conflict of Interest

  • All authors and coauthors are required to disclose potential conflicts of interest prior to submitting the abstract

Once accepted, virtual posters must be submitted by Wednesday, April 21st at 9 am EST. More details will be provided on uploading posters once accepted. The following formats will be accepted for poster submissions: .pdf, .pptx

 

If you have any additional questions, reach out to Amanda Lovell (amanda.lovell@optum.com) or Kashelle Lockman (kashelle-lockman@uiowa.edu) .


Submitter Name: *
Submitter Email: *
Submitter Affiliation: *
Submitter Title: *
Submitter Category: *
If you are a student or resident, name and email of primary research preceptor or project mentor:
Are you currently a PGY2 Pain Management and Palliative Care resident?: *
Yes
No
If yes to question above, would you like to be considered for a synchronous 3- minute oral presentation on May 5th, in addition to the virtual poster session?:
Yes
No
List other authors and affiliations: *
Please provide biographical information for the primary poster presenter (limit 100 words): *
Do you have any conflicts of interest to disclose?: *
Yes
No
Type of Poster/Presentation: *
Presentation Title - Take special care when entering your title because if accepted, it may be published exactly as submitted. Title should be concise and descriptive. When entering the abstract title online, used mixed case (do not use all CAPS or lower case) and do not put a period at the end of the title.
This is an Example of a Properly Formatted Abstract Title
Title of Poster/Presentation : *
Abstract Text - Abstracts must be 400 words or less that includes the background, methods for research, results and conclusion/impact. For research in progress, please put in progress or not applicable as needed. Please keep in mind that when submitting an abstract that attendees want to hear about your work, and how your work can be useful in their practice.
Background: *
Methods: *
Results: *
Conclusion/Impact: *
Would you like your poster abstract to be considered for publication in the Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy? To be published in the journal you must include results and conclusions in your abstract.: *
Yes
No
If yes to question above, who is the corresponding author for the abstract, and what is their email address? (Residents please note that publication will likely occur after the end of the residency year when selecting an email address to include):