AMSA's 25th Annual Poster Session & Project Exhibition Abstract Submission Form
Thanks for your interest in AMSA's 25th Annual Poster Session & Project Exhibition to be held on Friday, April 17 from 5 - 7PM at the Annual AMSA Convention and Exhibition at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City! We look forward to reviewing your submission. Please reach out to eaf@amsa.org with any questions.
Submitter/Presenter/First Author's FIRST name *
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Submitter/Presenter/First Author's LAST name *
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Submitter/Presenter's Academic Affiliation *
Please use official school or institutional name (no abbreviations or acronyms).
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Submitter/Presenter's email address *
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CONFIRM Submitter/Presenter's email address *
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Submitter/Presenter's phone number *
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Submitter/Presenter's complete mailing address *
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Submitter/Presenter's AMSA Member Number *
This is the six-digit AMSA member ID number.
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Second author/presenter's First Name *
If no second author, enter "None."
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Second author/presenter's Last Name *
If no second author, enter "None."
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Second author's academic affliliation *
If no second author, enter "N/A."
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Will this author also be attending AMSA National Convention to present this poster? *
All presenters planning to attend must be AMSA members and must submit proof of registration upon acceptance.
Additional authors' first and last names *
If no additional authors, enter "None."
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Additional author's academic affiliations *
Enter as [last name]/[institutional name]. If no additional authors, enter "N/A."
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Is/was this project affiliated with or supported by AMSA or the AMSA Foundation? *
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Poster/Project Abstract
No charts, graphs, or special characters and formatting will be possible using the online abstract submission form. Be sure to write your abstract in text paragraphs to avoid formatting errors online. All sections combined (background, methods, results, conclusion) should not be more than 400 words.

Please complete all areas exactly as it should be printed in our event program. Do NOT type in all capital letters.

Abstracts will be blinded for judging. No identifying author, school information, or AMSA affiliation will be accessible to the judges. In order to ensure this, please do not include any identifying information such as author names or institution names in the text of your abstract submission. Submissions with identifying information in the text (background, methods, results, and conclusion sections) will be disqualified.

If you have any questions about submitting an abstract contact Rebekah Apple (rapple@amsa.org) and Matt Moy (eaf@amsa.org).

Title of Poster or Project *
Do NOT type in all capital letters.
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Category of Project *
Select the *best* description of your project.
AMSA Scholars Program or Leadership Course project? *
If so, please indicate which Scholars Program or Leadership Course in the field labeled "Other."
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Project Background *
Briefly explain why you have pursued this project. What is the primary question/issue/challenge/need/opportunity you are addressing? What are the vision/mission/values of the project? (2 - 3 sentences)
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Methods *
Briefly explain your project's process. The focus should be on key elements, such as the project's subjects or target population, recruitment methods, the experiment/project protocol, and any evaluation tools used, so the reader can understand the basic structure of the research/project/experience. (4 - 5 sentences)
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Results *
Discuss the outcomes of the project. This may include a range of data types from simple demographics to complicated statistics. For projects in process, please reference any early findings, and indicate whether data collection will be complete by March, 2016. Projects in process are eligible for exhibition, but will be evaluated/judged separately from completed projected. Please also note that projects reporting negative findings are considered potentially as valuable as projects reporting positive findings. (4 - 5 sentences)
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Conclusions *
Briefly state the significance and meaning of the project's results. Be careful that your results really support the conclusions you make! (2 - 3 sentences)
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Status of Project *
Please indicate the completion status of the project.
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