Poster Sessions are graphic presentations visually highlighting proven practices, sharing successful ideas, offering problem-solving solutions or explaining an innovative program. It illustrates your key points, findings, and outcomes in graphics, photos, and diagrams using a small amount of text.
Poster Session submissions are accepted in the following categories:
• General – representing general patient experience research or proven practices
• Patient Partnerships – highlighting projects that were joint efforts of healthcare professionals and patients/families
If you have an interesting case study or an initiative or program implemented at your workplace with measurable outcomes achieved, we would be happy for you to submit the same to us for review. Please provide the following for consideration sake :
1. The exact title of your abstract
2. The body of the abstract should be limited to 250 words and MUST conform to the following format:
• Results & Discussion
What will be learned as a result of attending your session? Submissions should include a clear description and learning objectives. Anyone reading your submission should have a solid understanding of the information that will be shared and what learning outcomes will be achieved. Consider why this information is important and how others can use it.
Who is your Target Audience? Provide a clear understanding of who will benefit most from your session (such as care setting and professional role/position). What is the development level your session is geared toward (beginner, intermediate or advanced learner)?
o We are seeking a variety of content reflecting different care settings (some examples include acute care, ambulatory care, home care, hospice care, long term care, outpatient care, pediatric/children, physician practice/office setting and transitional care) and development levels.
What outcomes or impact were realized? Sessions should include stories/case studies of how your facility or organization has made marked improvements sharing lessons learned, new strategies and practices identified. Sessions are focused on sharing ideas, practical tools, the process necessary and resources with measurable outcomes illustrating patient experience improvement.
What is the practical story this session shares? Sessions should engage participants in the ideas you want to share, the learning objectives you offer and the potential takeaways you provide.
Points to be noted:
– Presenters will be responsible for supplying all display materials and handout
– No electrical support or internet connections are available in the poster session area, please prepare for this ahead of time.
– IPX 2019 is not responsible for the printing, collection or delivery of any of these abstracts and are at the sole responsibility of the presenter.