ADMSEP Call for Poster Abstracts
The 2014 Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry (ADMSEP) Annual Meeting will be June 12-14, 2014 at the Keystone Resort and Conference Center, Broomfield, Colorado. We are excited to extend abstract submissions for POSTER presentations at the ADMSEP 2014 Meeting!
DEADLINE – JANUARY 15, 2014: Submit at our website: http://www.admsep.org/upcoming_meeting.php
Poster abstract instructions are as follows:
Innovations in Medical Education (IME): To promote dissemination of new developments or descriptions of novel programs. This may also include qualitative descriptions of one or more programs which are more “editorial” or “analytical” such as a literature review, debate, or persuasive speech.
Proposal Requirements for IME posters: A 350-word abstract outlining:
· Objective or purpose of innovation
· Need for innovation
· Instructional methods and materials used
· Educational outcomes: Includes evaluation data assessing the program
· Conclusion: Including direct educational applications
· Feasibility of maintaining program, and transfer to other schools or programs
· Background: Relevance to introduction of the topic
· Summary: Key points
· Conclusions: What the audience should take away from the discussion
Research in Medical Education (RIME): To promote dissemination and discussion of completed research and its application to medical education.
Proposal Requirements for RIME presentations: A 350-word research abstract outlining:
· Background: Setting in which the research takes place
· Purpose: Reasons for the research
· Methods: Design of the study, setting, participants, interventions (if any), main outcome measures
· Results: Key findings
· Conclusions: Including direct educational applications
· Funding for the study (if any)
If you have questions about the meeting, please feel free to contact Susan Lehmann, M.D., 2014 ADMSEP Meeting Program Chair, at email@example.com.
The Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry is an organization of psychiatric educators dedicated to the education of medical students in the behavioral sciences and psychiatry. Its missions are to:
Champion excellence in medical student psychiatric education.
Support, develop, and disseminate research and innovation in teaching methods, content, and evaluation.
Develop goals and objectives for medical student psychiatric education.
Foster the professional development and career satisfaction of medical student psychiatric educators.
Provide support, guidance, and resources to medical students considering a career in psychiatry.
Collaborate with other psychiatric and medical education organizations to pursue common interests.