Student and Resident Poster Forum at 2019 ORPRN Convocation

Call for Abstracts

We are excited to announce the return of the student, resident and fellow poster forum at the 2019 ORPRN convocation. 

This year there will be prizes ($200, $100 and $50 gift cards) awarded to the top three posters. We hope you will spread the word among Oregon learners and trainees and encourage them to submit an abstract to the poster forum. Students in any health discipline (medicine, public health, nursing, physician assistant, etc.) as well residents and fellows are invited. Projects must be related to primary care, but can include research, quality improvement, education, workforce, etc. Both completed works and works-in-progress are acceptable.

Student and Resident Poster Forum at the 2019 ORPRN (Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network) Convocation, May 2, 2019.

(Held in conjunction with the OAFP Family Medicine Weekend)

Call for Poster Abstracts from students, residents and fellows:

Students, residents and fellows from around Oregon are invited to submit scholarly abstracts from research, quality improvement, education, workforce or practice facilitation or implementation projects. Any subjects related to primary care are encouraged. Projects in progress, as well as completed projects are encouraged

Selected abstracts will be presented as posters during a special forum at the ORPRN convocation on Thursday, May 2. Posters will be judged by a panel of researchers, physicians and quality improvement experts. Prizes will be awarded to the top three posters, based on clarity of presentation and scholarly rigor.

Email your abstract to by February 22, 2019

Selected abstracts will be notified by March 15, 2019

Abstract Requirements

  • Limit abstract to 500 words. This does not include the title or authors.
  • Type the body of the abstract as one paragraph. The abstract should be written in the third person.
  • The abstract should contain the appropriate subheadings described below, as appropriate.
  • The abstract should not contain charts, graphics, references, or acknowledgments.