Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

Abstract Submission Information

Submissions must be made online and are due June 3, 2016.  We encourage you to review these guidelines and develop your submission before beginning the online process.  

I. Peer Paper – In Progress: a presentation that shares the early stages / in-progress pilot programs and/or research related to interprofessional education and/or collaborative practice.  Presenters have the opportunity to elicit feedback and foster interactive dialogue.  The session duration is 20 minutes with a 10-minute formal presentation and a 10-minute discussion.

  1. Title
  2. Authors and institutional affiliation(s)
  3. Abstract (300 word maximum)
    a.  Purpose
    b.  Background
    c.  Description of Intervention or Program
    d.  Preliminary Results
    e.  Relevance to interprofessional education or practice
    f.  Recommendations for future investigation and/or incorporation into education
    and/or practice settings
    g.  Two to three measurable learning objectives relevant to the conference goals.
    Learning objectives will not be included in the abstract text word count.
  4. Completion of the online Conflict of Interest submission by all authors listed.

II.  Peer Paper – Completed: a presentation that shares completed qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-methods research or pilot programs related to interprofessional education and/or collaborative practice.  The session duration is 20 minutes with a 10-minute formal presentation and a 10-minute discussion.

  1. Title
  2. Authors and institutional affiliation(s)
  3. Abstract (300 word maximum)
    a.  Purpose
    b.  Background
    c.  Description of Intervention or Program
    d.  Results
    e.  Conclusion
    f.  Relevance to interprofessional education or practice
    g.  Two to three measurable learning objectives relevant to the conference goals.
    Learning objectives will not be included in the abstract text word count.
  4. Completion of the online Conflict of Interest submission by all authors listed.

III. Workshop: a session relevant to interprofessional education and/or collaborative practice which includes a highly interactive activity, generally granting the opportunity for dialogue and networking.  The session duration is 60 minutes, with a formal presentation and 30-45-minute activity/activity debriefing (as appropriate).

  1. Title
  2. Authors and institutional affiliation(s)
  3. Abstract (300 word maximum)
    a.  Purpose
    b.  Background
    c.  Description of Intervention or Program
    d.  Results
    e.  Conclusion
    f.  Relevance to interprofessional education or practice
    g.  Seminar outline/timeframe of presentation and interactive discussion
    h.  Two to three measurable learning objectives relevant to the conference goals.
    Learning objectives will not be included in the abstract text word count.
  4. Completion of the online Conflict of Interest submission by all authors listed.

IV. Poster: a presentation using a visual display to showcase interprofessional education and/or collaborative practice programs or research findings.

  1. Title
  2. Authors and institutional affiliation(s)
  3. Abstract (300 word maximum)
    a.  Purpose
    b.  Background
    c.  Description of Intervention or Program
    d.  Results
    e.  Conclusion
    f.   Relevance to interprofessional education or practice
    g.  Two to three measurable learning objectives relevant to the conference goals.
    Learning objectives will not be included in the abstract text word count.
  4. Completion of the online Conflict of Interest submission by all authors listed.