How do I participate?
Attendees are invited to share their research in poster format. Poster abstracts must be accepted for the event for posters to be displayed. The Via Research Recognition Day features an optional poster competition for medical students performing research in the following categories: Biomedical Research, Clinical Research, Clinical Case Reports, Educational Research, and Simulation Research.
The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, December 3. Please note: no extensions for abstract submission will be granted.
For questions about abstract submissions or participation in the poster competition, please email Dr. Patrick Fisher at email@example.com.
When an abstract is accepted, the submitting author will receive further instructions on poster submission via email.
VCOM provides free poster printing for any meeting attendee with an accepted abstract. Details will be sent to submitting authors with the abstract acceptance email.
Send poster submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free VCOM Poster Printing Deadline is Friday, January 21, 2022 at 5 p.m.
What will this conference offer?
The Via Research Recognition Day is a forum for health professionals and scientists at academic institutions, teaching hospitals and practice sites to present or benefit from new research innovations and programs intended to improve the health of all humans. By attending the oral presentations and poster sessions, participants will have the opportunity to learn cutting edge information in the physiological bases of osteopathic manipulative therapy efficacy, new trends in physician-based research networks, and how to develop innovative research projects with high impact for human health. By attending the poster session, participants will also learn about the biomedical, clinical and educational research activities at VCOM and its partner institutions will have an opportunity to identify new collaborative research opportunities.
Who should attend?
Medical students, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, public health professionals, medical residents, other health profession students and others interested in primary care issues and research.
It is the policy of the VCOM Medical Education Department to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its educational programs. All participating faculty are expected to disclose to the participants any real or apparent conflict of interest related to the content of their presentations.