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Posters for Display at the 2023 PX Symposium —
July 15th, 2023
The Patient Experience Symposium is now accepting proposals for posters that present original research, innovative ideas, or practical applications in the latest evidence-based practices to improve Patient (and workforce) Experience.
The poster session is supported by the Journal of Patient Experience (JPX).
When are poster submissions due? The submission link will be open from May 15 - July 15, 2023.
All accepted posters should have one (or more) presenters registered to attend the event in Boston.
Who should submit posters? Healthcare professionals/researchers with outcomes relevant to patient (and workforce) experience improvement. Research can be emergent (not yet fully collected) and may represent a quality improvement (QI) effort and/or a more rigorous academic project. Case studies/reports will be considered if accompanied by data/results to demonstrate evidence of effectiveness.
How will the submissions be reviewed? Reviewers from The Journal of Patient Experience will provide a double-blind assessment to determine the acceptability of each submission. Reviewers possess the academic and practical experience to ensure high-quality presentations.
When and how will I be notified of acceptance? The submitting poster presenter will be notified via email by July 28, 2023, regarding acceptance.
If accepted, how will my poster be displayed? Each poster should be represented by one (or more) in-person attendees at the onsite event. Posters will be displayed throughout the entire event (Sept 19 and 20) near the registration/networking area to maximize exposure. See below for details regarding design specifications. A designated time for poster “presentations” will occur on Sept 20, which is when the representative should be present at the poster to answer questions.
A digital poster session will also appear via the online ICD network, to expand exposure beyond the in-person attendees. In-person attendees will also be encouraged to access the online posters for ease of viewing and reading all content presented. A contact person should be listed so that attendees (in-person and online) can contact the poster representative.
What is the cost of registration for poster attendees at the in-person event? Accepted poster representatives attending the event will be provided with a 25% discount code for conference registration, in support of their poster contribution. No travel support is provided.
What should my submission include? (See the form below)
What should my final poster format involve?
All accepted posters must be uploaded via PDF by August 18, 2023.
The PDF will be used for the ICD Network digital poster display.
The maximum file size for the PDF is 10 MB.
A submission link will be provided upon acceptance notification for graphic upload.
Presenters are responsible for printing and bringing the physical copy of the poster to the onsite event in Boston. The poster should be on display by 8:00 am EST, Sept 19, 2023.
Physical posters should meet the following specifications: Horizontal Orientation
48" wide by 36" tall (to be mounted on panel boards at the event).