Every year, the KU School of Medicine-Wichita holds a Research Forum for students, residents and faculty, as well as anyone interested in community health and medical research, to present and discuss research projects and facilitate research collaboration.
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This year we are following the American College of Physicians (ACP) guidelines for case reports. We will highlight the importance of case reports for medical education through breakout sessions and a case report e-poster session. For helpful articles and checklists about presenting a case report, visit the ACP website.
Also try these examples of good case report posters:
For a critical article regarding the importance of case reports, try Lack of Data.
For tips on how to create your poster and what content to include, click here. If your project was funded, be sure to acknowledge your funding source. Public Affairs has templates available to assist you in creating your poster.
Questions regarding the forum can be directed to the Office of Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.