Abstract submissions for the 2016 Public Health Informatics Conference are now open through January 27, 2016 at 11:59PM PST. Presenters will be asked to select one of eight topic areas that most closely aligns with the content of the proposed abstract and one of four session categories. Learn more about the four session categories that are now accepting abstracts:
Workshops: These sessions are 90 minutes in length and are designed to be interactive and produce identifiable outcomes. Workshops are most similar to traditional learning sessions, but are intended to be more interactive.
Rapid Fire Sessions: Rapid fire sessions consist of a series of up to five presentations that are 8 to 10 minutes long, followed by a discussion period with the presenters. These sessions will provide attendees exposure to diverse programs and ideas in a fast paced environment that generates discussion.
Roundtables: Roundtables allow attendees to engage in more detailed discussions around particular topic areas without formal presentations or other activities. Attendees will explore specific areas in more detail and learn from their peers.
Posters: This format will be used to display innovative practices and award-winning programs, share documents, exchange ideas, and ask questions. Presenters must be present during the presentation times to answer questions about the material displayed.
If you have any questions about the abstract submission process, please do not hesitate to contact Brenynn Butler at 703-964-1240 x320 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Start your abstract