Faculty and students are invited to showcase their research and public health related projects. Poster abstracts should be 350 words or less, using the following format:
Background – Describe in two to three sentences why you conducted the project
Goal – In one sentence state the overall goal or purpose of the project
Objectives – For research projects, state the project’s specific objectives or hypotheses tested; for other projects state the specific tasks. If more than one, use numbered bullets.
Approach – For research projects briefly describe the design and methods; for other projects briefly describe what you did
Results/Conclusions – Describe briefly the results or conclusions. Depending on type of project, the results should align with objectives or tasks.
Importance to public health – In one-two sentences, describe the importance of your project to public health.
Posters can address a wide range of topics. We welcome posters that focus on the panel topics as well as the additional categories below.
Video: Guidance on Creating a Poster for Public Health Research @ Maryland
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You may use and adapt these templates for your research poster.
University of Maryland School of Public Health Research Poster Template 1
University of Maryland School of Public Health Research Poster Template 2
Submit your poster abstract by Tuesday, March 26, 2019. You must bring your poster to the Grand Ballroom of the Stamp Student Union between 7:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 2.