Purpose: To present completed research, education, process of care, patient-oriented outcomes, and quality of care studies, including assessment. All content and methods will be considered. Please do not submit work that has been published prior to submission deadlines.
Time: 20 minutes (15-minute presentation with 5 minutes of Q&A. Three 20-minute presentations are "grouped" by common topic and presented consecutively in a 60-minute presentation time slot.)
Purpose: To present innovative or pilot projects in-progress related to teaching, education, curricular or clinical intervention, management innovation, or quality improvement that do not have outcomes or assessments.
Time: 15 minutes (10-minute presentation with 5 minutes Q&A. Four 15-minute presentations are "grouped" by common topic and presented consecutively in a 60-minute presentation time slot.)
Purpose: A forum for concise didactic presentation followed by discussion. The focus may be clinical, research, administrative, educational, or personal or career development. Purely clinical topics, addressed in a scholarly way, are also appropriate
Time: 30 minutes (20-minute presentation, 10 minutes of discussion/response); two 30-minute presentations are "paired" by common topic and presented consecutively in a 60-minute presentation slot.
Purpose: To provide an opportunity to display quality of care studies and discuss investigator's completed original research; or, discuss an innovative educational or curricular project pertinent to family medicine
Time: 1 hour staffing your poster during dedicated time
Purpose: To present high-quality, interactive sessions that require more time than the regular conference format allows. Space is very limited. STFM will charge a registration fee to help cover the costs of materials, audio/visual equipment, room rental, administration, and refreshments.
Time: 4-8 hours.
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for a roundtable discussion for 10 participants about ideas, experiences, or projects pertinent to family medicine education, clinical care, research, or management. This presentation is scheduled concurrently with other presentations during continental breakfast in the general session ballroom. Note audio-visual equipment is not provided for this presentations. Handout materials are encouraged.
Time: 45 minutes
Purpose: To provide an interactive session about an innovative educational, administrative, research, career development, or clinical topic. Active audience participation beyond question and answer is required.
Time: 60 minutes
Purpose: A moderated, interactive 60-minute session that brings together 3-5 panelists to engage participants in discussion about an innovative or provocative topic in family medicine education. The panelists must demonstrate their content expertise in the submission and ideally, represent multiple institutions. There are limited slots for this session format.
Time: 60 minutes
Purpose: To provide a task-oriented, small-group educational experience directed toward the acquisition, demonstration, construction, and/or synthesis of specific knowledge, skills, and/or attitudes. (NOTE: This is a highly competitive submission category. The conference steering committee only accepts a small number of workshops for presentation.
Time: 90 minutes
If you have additional questions about the submission process, contact STFM at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.274.7928.