PRESENT A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND CLINICALLY ACADEMIC POSTER
Osteopathic medical students, family medicine residents and faculty members are invited to participate in the ACOFP 2021 Poster Presentation session. Abstract submission is now open.
The deadline for submitting abstracts was December 1, 2020.
The Poster Presentation competition is sponsored by the ACOFP's Osteopathic Clinical Research Committee. Residents may use this poster presentation toward their scholarly activity standard requirement with approval from their program director.
AWARD CATEGORIES AND CERTIFICATES
Original Research for the Osteopathic Medical Student and Family Medicine Resident Category presents three monetary awards: 1st place of $500; 2nd place of $250 and 3rd place of $150.
The Case Reports Category presents one Osteopathic Medical Student or Family Medicine Resident Award of $100.
All presenters will receive a certificate of participation.
Faculty members are not eligible to receive monetary awards. There will be no travel or housing allowance. The Osteopathic Clinical Research Committee will review submissions and you will be notified if the abstract is acceptable or does not follow the requirements.
All questions should be directed to Judy Schwellenbach at 847.952.5106 or email@example.com.
Resident Original Research
Mitchel Norton, DO
The Effects of Ambulation on Inpatient Medical-Surgical Patients
Keerthi Surampudy, DO
Patient Perception about Dietary Weight Loss Supplements Versus Anti-Obesity Medications
Courtney Levendorf, DO
False Positive Urine Alcohol Drug Screens in Diabetics Taking SGLT2 Inhibitors
Resident Case Report
Timothy Cobb, DO
Curious Case of a "Thorn in the Side" Leading to a Diagnosis of Mantle Cell Lymphoma
Student Original Research
Effects of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment on Ankle Equinus
Effects of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Bio Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation Therapy on Neck Pain in Adults
Ultrasound-Guided Knee Arthrocentesis Training Using Formalin-Embalmed Cadavers
Student Case Report
Delayed Anticonvulsant Hypersensitivity Syndrome in an Elderly Female