Poster Submission Instructions for the
2017 Connecticut Public Health Association Centennial Conference
The Connecticut Public Health Association (CPHA) is accepting poster submissions from students, new graduates, and professionals of public health at the CPHA’s 2017 Annual Conference to be held on Monday, October 30, 2017 at Aqua Turf in Southington, Connecticut.
All posters will be displayed throughout the day; however, a designated poster presentation period will take place so that conference attendees can discuss content with poster presenter(s).
Guidelines/Rules for Submission:
· Deadline: No later than September 15, 2017
· Poster presenters will be notified by September 30, 2017 of their status
· Public Health Students (undergraduate and graduate) will be given priority for poster presentations.
· CPHA is committed to creating opportunities for students and new graduates of public health to showcase their academic or professional achievements.
Posters are selected based on overall quality and relevance to the conference theme. Please note that posters may be submitted with reference to multiple “authors,” but at least one author must registered for, and be a presenter, at the conference. In addition, poster presenters must be registered for the conference in order to submit and present their poster.
Poster presenters will have the opportunity to present research, theses, or community projects relevant to the conference theme.
Links to submission form and resources to assist you in developing your poster:
1. Poster Submission Form
2. Designing an Effective Poster Presentation
Poster presenters will be expected to have their posters set up by 8:15 am on October 30, 2017 and must bring an easel on which to mount the poster.
Please feel free to share this information with other students, recent graduates (students completing degrees during 2017) and public health professionals or organizations. Questions may be submitted to CPHA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CPHA respectfully requests that attendees refrain from wearing colognes and perfumes to this event.