CALL FOR ABSTRACTS — APHA 2021 Annual Meeting and Expo
Foot and Ankle Health
Meeting theme: "Creating the Healthiest Nation: Strengthening Social Connectedness"
Submission Deadline: Friday, April 30, 2021
The Foot and Ankle Health section of the American Public Health Association invites the submission of abstracts for presentation at the 2021 Annual Meeting in Denver, CO. New this year, we will be considering proposals also for "coordinated talks" from seasoned researchers. These talks will provide an opportunity for established research groups to highlight their recent work and discuss more than a single project per session. As always, scientific abstracts from residents, students, fellows and new professionals are also highly encouraged. While topics on access to foot and ankle care have been given preference in the past, any topics that touch on the intersection of lower extremity care and public health will be considered.
Investigation of Public Health and Conditions Related to Foot, Ankle and Lower Extremity
Abstracts should be no more than 250 words
All presenters must be Individual members of APHA in order to present
All presenters must register for the meeting
Abstracts cannot be presented or published in any journal prior to the APHA Annual Meeting
If submitting a proposal for a coordinated talk, please reference both the published and unpublished original research you intend to highlight, and indicate how much time is needed (30 min. max)
Continuing Education Credit: APHA values the ability to provide continuing education credit to physicians, nurses, health educators, veterinarians, and those certified in public health at its annual meeting. Please complete all required information when submitting an abstract so members can claim credit for attending your session. These credits are necessary for members to keep their licenses and credentials.
For a session to be eligible for Continuing Education Credit, each presenter must provide:
* An abstract free of trade and/or commercial product names
* At least one MEASURABLE outcomes. DO NOT USE " To understand " or " To learn " as objectives, they are not measurable. Examples of Acceptable Measurable Action Words: Explain, Demonstrate, Analyze, Formulate, Discuss, Compare, Differentiate, Describe, Name, Assess, Evaluate, Identify, Design, Define or List.
* A signed Conflict of Interest (Disclosure) form with a relevant Qualification Statement. See an example of an acceptable Qualification Statement on the online Disclosure form.
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