McMaster University

McMaster University

Abstract Submission is CLOSED

Submissions are encouraged from all stakeholders who work or have an interest in the field of clinical research and quality improvement.

Abstracts may focus on research, practice, programs and/or policy.

All clinically oriented research and quality improvement work is welcome. New projects, ongoing projects, and completed projects are also all welcome.

Note: Those who submit an abstract must also register to attend the symposium!


Abstracts may be submitted for oral or poster presentations

All forms of presentation are considered of equal professional status. The symposium committee will make a decision concerning your abstract presentation type based onyour stated preference as well as available time and space.

Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words.

Participants who submit more than one abstract may be limited to a single abstract of their choice.

Poster Presentation

Posters will be mounted on a poster board, which is staffed by the author for a designated period of time. Abstracts are informational and report on work planned, partly completed, or completed.

Oral Presentation

Oral presentations allow for a brief overview of the major points / highlights of a particular research project or quality improvement initiative. Oral presentations will be limited to 10 minutes (with a few minutes for discussion). Oral presentations must report on completed work.


Upon Acceptance

You will be informed of the status (accepted/rejected) of your submission by the week of May 2-6, 2016. Accepted authors will be advised of the registration deadline (May 15) to confirm their place in the program.

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