OUT for Health 2020 at UTMB Poster Submission
2020 marks the 7th annual OUT for Health Conference!
We are excited to announce the conference will take place Saturday March 14, 2020 in Galveston, TX at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
Students from the health professions around the state of Texas are encouraged to present posters on any topic related to LGBTQI+ Health. This year we are focused on centering and elevating the lives of LGBTQI+ people, especially those from the most marginalized groups. We encourage poster submissions from OUT LGBTQI+ students and also welcome poster submissions from our endosex cisgender heterosexual ally students.
Posters will be presented in a central location during lunch - electronically, details to come.
Guidelines for poster content:
- Poster title, presenter names
- Subject being presented and its significance
- The materials and means used
- Results summary
- Conclusions reached
General submission rules:
- Avoid language which has the effect of stigmatizing or pathologizing gender identity, sexual orientation, race, culture or socioeconomic class.
- Be inclusive of cultural diversity and take into account the different concepts/practices/experiences that affect the cultural context of your poster.
- All photographs and illustrations with people shown must have written explicit consent from the people shown
Poster proposals must be submitted by MIDNIGHT CST on March 1st, 2020 in order to be considered for acceptance. You will be contacted by the middle of February to let you know if your poster has been accepted or to update you on its status.
An electronic copy of all accepted posters should be send by MIDNIGHT CST on March 7th, 2020. Delayed copy submissions will be accepted if send in by MIDNIGHT CST on March 10th, 2020 AND prior notice is given.
Please also bring a back-up copy of your electronic poster (on a device such as a flash drive) to the conference in cause of any technical difficulties.
Your contact information will only be used for the purposes of conference-related contact. Please email any questions to
(as it will appear in the program)
What pronouns do you use?
(e.g., they/them/theirs, ze/hir/hirs, she/her/hers, he/him/his)
I am OUT as part of the LGBTQI+ community.
Prefer not to answer
List the name(s) of all co-authors if applicable.
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