Welcome to the IAMSE Abstract Submission Platform
The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) is pleased to announce the call for abstracts for Poster and Oral presentations for the IAMSE Conference to be held in Denver, Colorado, USA from June 4-7, 2022. The IAMSE meeting offers opportunities for faculty development and networking, bringing together medical science educators from many professional disciplines and spanning the continuum of health care education.
This year we will offer both in-person and virtual registration allowing authors the opportunity to choose their method of participation. All accepted presentations will be available to attendees online for viewing in addition to those presented live in Denver.
POSTER SESSIONS – General Information
All attendees of the meeting can submit an abstract for a poster presentation. Abstracts shall be 300 words or less in length. While references and figures are a usual component of a full poster presentation, do not include them in the 300-word abstract. Abstracts will be reviewed by the Review Committee for quality and relevance. Accepted posters will be displayed online and/or in a specific location so posters can be viewed throughout the main conference.
ALL accepted posters will be expected to submit a PDF of their poster (no larger than 10mb). Additional details will be provided upon acceptance.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS – General Information
Oral presentations are 15 or 20 minutes in duration including 5 minutes for discussion with the audience. Abstracts will be 300 words or less in length. While references and figures are a usual component of a full oral presentation, do not include them in the 300-word abstract. Abstracts will be reviewed by the Review Committee for quality and relevance.
ALL accepted orals will be expected to submit a video of their presentation. Additional details will be provided upon acceptance.
The deadline for abstract submission is December 1, 2021.
Although you may submit as many abstracts as you wish, it is unlikely that more than one oral presentation or poster per presenter can be accepted due to scheduling complexities at the in-person meeting.