The AAPA Poster Session features original research from PAs and PA students on topics from case studies and clinical research to educational and outreach innovations to demonstration projections and quality improvement activities.
ePosters are one of the most effective, and popular, ways for PAs to reach their patients. Every year, dozens of teams compete to create the most effective, informative and timely ePosters, which are typically a highlight of the AAPA annual convention and constitute an integral part of the AAPA research effort.
Research in Action
Research in Action are 25-minute podium presentations for which attendees receive Category 1 CME credit. One speaker from each Research in Action presentation will receive a small honorarium.
There are two venues for presenting ePosters: (1) ePoster Research Rounds (CME) which are 6-minute presentations within a 25-minute time block held in a CME room and (2) ePoster Meet the Authors (non-CME) which are 3-minute presentations within a 60-minute time block in Expo.
Industry Sponsored ePosters. We are once again accepting industry-sponsored ePosters. Corporate/industry research will only be considered for ePoster Meet the Author Sessions, which are non-CME. Please note, corporate/industry sponsored ePosters will not be available online through the AAPA website.
Proposal Process. We have transitioned to a new platform for proposal submissions. We hope this makes your experience easier.
Research Completeness. Your ongoing research project does not need to be completed by the time of your presentation if you are submitting new primary research. Please indicate the work is ongoing within the submission portal, include preliminary results, proposed analyses, anticipated findings, and applications for the research.
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Support PA Research
One simple way you can support PA research is to become a peer reviewer. Both the ePoster Session and Research in Action series rely on peer reviewers from JAAPA to maintain the high quality of submissions and participants.
Interested in becoming a peer reviewer for JAAPA? Visit JAAPA.com.