Applications will be accepted from February 1, 2022, to March 31, 2022. No exceptions will be made after March 31. We will not be accepting any late breaking abstract requests. All applications must be completed and submitted by 11:59 p.m. CST on March 31. Any incomplete submissions will not be accepted.
No. Only one abstract per study is allowed.
Encore presentations are welcome if the original date of the publication is after January 1, 2022. Anything published prior to January 1 is not eligible. Please indicate where the abstract was previously presented as preference will be made those that have not been presented in the primary care or family medicine space.
No, there is not an application fee to apply in 2022. If selected, to view/access your ePoster, you will be required to register and attend the event in order view your poster.
There will be no presentations (live or recorded) associated with the posters. You are encouraged to include on the poster email contact information for conference attendees to reach you for any questions or additional information pertaining to your poster. You can also consider adding a QR code with details that are easy to download.
No, this is an ePoster format. You are encouraged to include email contact information so conference attendees can reach out to you for more information or questions.
Yes, you should submit both a short and full abstract. The short abstract will help our team understand what your focus is; the full abstract will allow our team to better understand the work you have done.
For the short abstract, we are looking for a brief, succinct summary of the area(s) of focus in the research and the outcome with maximum 250 words.
The full abstract would be an opportunity to expand into further detail. We typically see teams attach a 1-1 ½ page Word document for the full abstract since most have not created the final poster at the time of submission; this is a way to share the details without having to have the poster complete.
Our review team will use this information in their evaluation.
No, there is not a word count limit for the full abstract. Abstracts should include background/introduction, purpose, methods, results, conclusions, and references. Please also include all authors in the abstract.
No, there are no limitations.
There is no limit to the number of abstracts that will be accepted.
Abstracts will not be published or available outside FMX.