Last Chance to Submit your Posters for Legislative Conference
The ACC's Cardiovascular Team Section Advocacy Committee, in collaboration with the ACC CV Administrators Work Group, is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Health Policy Poster Session – to be held during the 2019 ACC Legislative Conference in Washington DC, November 3-5, 2019.
We invite policy-focused posters from all member groups within the ACC, including CV Team Members across all disciplines (i.e. RNs, PAs, PharmDs, Advanced Practice Nurses, Technologists, etc.), CV Administrators, CV Physicians across career stage and clinical area of expertise (i.e. FIT, Early Career, FACCs in ACPC, Heart Failure, Prevention, Interventional/SHD, Imaging, etc.), and Non-clinical CV Professionals.
The poster session will take place during the 11th Annual CV Team & CV Administrators Health Policy Pre-session on Sunday, November 3rd from Noon – 4pm ET.
Policy posters may include:
- Novel health policy initiatives at the institutional, local, state, or federal level.
- Clinical or translational research, with a focus on policy implications related to clinical implementation considerations.
- Clinical, translational, or pre-clinical research that is completed or in process, with a focus on policy implications related to the conduct of the research.
Abstracts should be limited to 350 words and must include Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Policy Implications, and Conclusions. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed for significance, impact, innovation, and implication for research, clinical practice, and/or population health.
Please submit your abstract by clicking here by 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday, September 20th. Acceptance notifications will be made by Friday, October 4th.
Presentations for Accepted Posters
All accepted posters will be displayed during the sessions, and the top two poster presenters will be invited to give a rapid-fire presentation. Rapid-fire presenters will have five (5) minutes for their presentations – three (3) minutes for a brief slide presentation and two (2) minutes for questions from the audience.
All participants should be prepared to give a rapid-fire presentation as judging will take place during the session. Participants should bring their PowerPoint presentations on a thumb drive to the poster session.
Guidelines for Accepted Posters
We will be accepting up to 20 posters and they should be no larger than 4' x 4'. A regular poster size is about 3' x 4'. Posters must be placed in the Regency Ballroom C of the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill by 10 a.m. ET on Sunday, November 3rd.
You will be assigned a specific space when you arrive. Presentation walls and tacks will be available for you to hang your poster. Posters should be removed at the end of the day. Any remaining posters will be discarded.
Posters will be judged during the lunch, prior to the pre-session - between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., in two separate shifts (from 11:00 a.m.– 11:30 a.m. AND 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.) so that poster participants may break for lunch.
Their quality will be rated for criteria such as: identification of a health policy issue; appropriateness of research design and of data analysis; interpretation of results; clarity of oral presentation; description of relevance of findings to public health and overall presentation skills. Rapid-fire poster presenters will be announced right before the last break of the pre-session.
For questions, please contact Alex DiTommaso, at email@example.com.