Abstract submissions needed for annual research conference
The sixth annual Multidisciplinary Research Conference, sponsored by Barnes-Jewish Hospital, features leading research on a variety of topics. This day-long conference will take place Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Eric P. Newman Education Center.
“The conference theme focuses on health care research such as innovations in patient care and evidence-based practice,” says Jennifer A. Sledge, PhD (c), MSW, who chairs the conference.
The conference is now accepting abstracts for both paper and poster presentations. Team members from all disciplines are invited to submit quantitative or qualitative research projects, pilot studies and evidence-based practice projects. Each research submission should include background, purpose, methods, results and implications of the research. Each evidence-based practice submission should include identification of problem, PICO question, methods, outcomes and implications of the research.
Submissions are limited to a 325-word, structured abstract. Abstract submissions must be a Word document attachment, typed in 12-point font, single spaced, with one-inch margins. No tables, figures or images may be included in the abstract. Incomplete abstract submissions will not be reviewed.
Abstract submissions must be sent to Sledge, firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than July 6. For more information, email Sledge or call her at 314-454-8573. You can also register for the conference here.
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