Poster Format will present innovative ideas involving educational research / educational initiatives, initiate a dialogue about key issues in the field of psychiatry, and help presenters meet other AAP members.
NOTE: There is a 250-word limitation when entering abstract text. The system will not allow you to enter any more than that. We recommend a standard abstract format, such as Background/Methods/Results/Conclusion. The review process is blinded, so be sure to remove all institutional and/or presenter references from your abstract submission. If there are identifying institutional/presenter references, they will be removed by AAP staff prior to review.
All poster abstracts should include the following:
- Background (rationale for educational project/ educational program description)
- Methods (may include course materials, teaching methods, evaluation of curriculum)
- Results (may include data from course evaluations)
Do NOT include acknowledgments or references in your abstract submission. If accepted, you will have the opportunity to add acknowledgments/references for published materials. In addition, your final poster should include acknowledgments/references.
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