The submissions deadline for poster presentations has passed and awardees and project partners have been notified of their submission status.
PCORI invites interested PCORnet Network Partners to consider presenting a poster at the 2019 PCORI Annual Meeting. Posters will be on display Thursday, September 19 and Friday, September 20. For more information about the 2019 PCORI Annual Meeting, please visit www.pcori.org/events/2019/2019-pcori-annual-meeting
- PCORI is looking to highlight innovative developments within PCORnet that are useful for stakeholders and others looking to use PCORnet for research. This is an opportunity to highlight PCORnet study results, successful innovations, and lessons learned throughout the development and utilization of PCORnet. This can include but is not limited to engagement approaches, recruitment strategies, developing and utilizing computable phenotypes, operationalizing the PCORnet Front Door, and approaches to administrative simplicity, study results, or dissemination methods.
- Applicants must be affiliated with a:
- Current PCORnet 2.0 network
- Coordinating Center
- Collaborative Research Group
- PCORI-funded PCORnet Demonstration Project
- Partnerships to Conduct Research within PCORnet (PaCR) project
- Rapid Cycle Research project
- PCORnet Designated Study
- Projects can submit more than one poster, but PCORI will look for portfolio balance when reviewing submissions.
- Applications must be submitted with the knowledge of the Lead PI, who must be copied on the email submission.
Posters will be selected on the basis of submitted abstracts in advance of the conference. An abstract should be no more than 500 words. Submit your abstract to [email protected] by 5:00 PM ET on Friday, April 19. Your submission must include the below information.
- Affiliated PCORnet project (e.g. the name of the network or demonstration project)
- Contact name
- Contact e-mail
- Who will travel to the PCORI Annual Meeting to present the poster? Note: Travel and lodging for up to two presenters will be covered by PCORI.
- Poster Title (limit: 20 words)
- Briefly describe the topic of the poster (limit: 100 words)
- Briefly describe the key results or lesson(s) learned that will be shared with the audience (limit: 100 words)
- Briefly describe the importance of this topic to the broader research and stakeholder community (limit: 100 words)
- How this poster will help external stakeholders and researchers looking to engage with PCORnet for research by sharing innovations and lessons learned (limit: 100 words)
- How this topic will contribute to PCORnet sustainability (limit: 100 words)
- Poster applications will be reviewed by the PCORI Research Infrastructure staff
- Applications will be reviewed by at least two individuals
- PCORI staff will review the applications for the following:
- Did the applicant adequately answer the questions?
- Does the topic help external stakeholders and researchers looking to engage with PCORnet for research by sharing results, innovations and/or lessons learned?
- Does the topic contribute to PCORnet sustainability?
- The overall representation of PCORnet and portfolio balance across the posters.
- Poster applications are due at 5:00 PM ET on Friday, April 19.
- Applicants will be notified if their poster has been accepted by 5:00 PM ET on Friday, May 3.
- Applicants whose posters are accepted will be required to submit their final poster by Friday, August 2.
PCORI Annual Meeting Logistics
- The poster session will be open to all Annual Meeting attendees. We expect the PCORI Annual Meeting to bring together approximately 1,200 members of the healthcare community from a wide range of stakeholder groups.
- Posters will be presented at fixed times during the conference, during which time an individual must be present and available to answer questions.
Please contact Kim Marschhauser ([email protected]) with any questions.
For more information about the 2019 PCORI Annual Meeting, please visit www.pcori.org/events/2019/2019-pcori-annual-meeting