Purpose of Poster Session
The BIAC Annual Conference Poster Session is an opportunity for brain injury professionals and students to share research, special projects, and ideas in a professional setting. Posters are visual displays of projects and are intended to generate discussion among professionals, as well as to foster innovative ideas and developments within the field. A poster typically includes brief descriptions of the project's purpose and procedures, tables and graphs, including brief descriptions of the project's purpose and procedures, tables and graphs, discussion questions and potential future projects. Posters can be clinical, theoretical, a specific program or service, or business related; subject may be complete or "in-progress".
Posters will be displayed from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Authors must register for the Annual Conference, and should remain at their posters during all exhibitor breaks, to answer questions.
Posters may be constructed professionally or on poster board. Approximate size guideline: 3' X 4'.
Posters will be reviewed by a committee of professionals in the field of brain injury. Posters will be reviewed for their relevance to brain injury research and rehabilitation, and for quality, clarity, and adherence to guidelines.
Complete the Call for Posters submission form below by December 31, 2017. .For questions, contact BIAC's Education & Outreach Manager, Rene Carfi, at email@example.com or 860-219-0291 x306.
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