Poster Presentations

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Present a poster during AAFP FMX.

FMX is the premier event for family physicians attended by almost 5,000 family physicians and other health care professionals. The poster presentation area is a popular destination where attendees come for the latest family medicine research and to earn CME credit. Presenters will also have the opportunity to discuss their work with attendees.

Required Information

  1. Poster title
  2. Author(s)
  3. Contact information
  4. Full abstract in required format to attach to application (not to exceed five pages). See full abstract examples.
  5. IRB documentation, if applicable, to attach to application

Eligibility

Successful applications meet the following criteria:

  • Value and relevance to family medicine
  • Quality of research design, methodology, and scientific content
  • No promotional, commercial, or ethical conflicts of interest
  • Has met the requirements of the applicant's local institutional review board (approval or waiver)

General Information

  • All material must be current, relevant, and free from ethical bias.
  • Comparisons of efficacy, contraindications, modes of administration, etc., between competitive products should be fully presented.
  • Editorial conclusions should be avoided.
  • Any reference to a pharmaceutical product, medical device, or any product that is sold on the open market must not be promotional, and generic names must be used.

More information on Rules and Regulations.

Poster Abstracts

Abstracts should be no more than two pages. Include the specific ICD-9 code in parentheses following any diagnosis mentioned. A suggested format for abstracts is provided here for your convenience. It is not required that this format be followed. View a sample abstract.

Conflict of Interest

All submissions must include completion of an updated or new Full Disclosure for CME Activities form. Applicants will be contacted if any relationships are determined to represent a potential conflict of interest. Poster judging results are contingent upon receipt of all disclosure forms and resolutions of all existing conflicts of interest.

On-Site Information

Learn more about presenting a poster at FMX, including presentation dates, staffing, and on-site judging.

Poster Submission Process

IMPORTANT NOTE: The submission system does not allow you to save and return to resume the application at a later time. Before continuing with this application, have all materials and information ready and in the required format.

Submission Deadline: April 30

IMPORTANT NOTE: The submission system does not allow you to save and return to resume the application at a later time. Before continuing with this application, have all materials and information ready and in the required format.

Questions?

Contact Candice Reynolds
FMX Program Coordinator
(800) 274-2237, ext. 6539
creynold@aafp.org