Call for Abstracts

We want to hear from you!

Papers, lightening talks, and posters may describe any research or practice of interest to the medical library community.

Presenters should be prepared to speak between 12-15 minutes. Lightening talks are limited to five minutes, and serve as a way to participate in the conference in a less formal manner than a contributed paper.
Note: contributed papers are oral presentations; a complete text of the paper is not required.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE

November 1, 2017
You will hear back from us before the early registration deadline on November 15.


POSTERS

Submit a copy of an abstract (approximately 250-300 words) describing the poster.
Please list all presenters and institutional affiliations.
Maximum poster size 42” high by 60” wide.

Please place “POSTER PROPOSAL” in the subject line of your message and email to Hella Bluhm-Stieber, Poster Session Chair, Janene Wandersee, and Carmen Huddleston:

Hella Bluhm-Stieber
hella.bluhm-stieber@hhs.sccgov.org
408-885-5654

Janene Wandersee
janene.wandersee@bannerhealth.com
602-839-5761
Carmen Huddleston
chuddleston@stanfordhealthcare.org
650-723-9933


PAPERS

Submit two copies of your abstract (250 words maximum), which accurately conveys the subject of the paper, its scope, conclusions, and relevance to medical libraries. The first copy should list all authors, institutional affiliations, and email and phone number of primary contact. The second copy will be used in a blind review process and should not include any information identifying authors or institutions.

Please place “CONTRIBUTED PAPER PROPOSAL” in the subject line of your message and email to Caroline Marshall and David Bickford, Programming Committee chairs:
Caroline Marshall
caroline.marshall@cshs.org
310-423-2315

Bickford, David L – (dbickford)
dbickford@email.arizona.edu
602-827-2407


LIGHTNING TALKS

To propose a Lightning Talk, submit two copies of the description of your topic (approximately 100 words), which convey the subject of the talk, its scope, conclusions, and relevance to medical libraries. The first copy should list all authors, institutional affiliations, and email and phone number of primary contact. The second copy will be used in a blind review process and should not include any information identifying authors or institutions.

Please place “CONTRIBUTED LIGHTENING TALK” in the subject line of your message and email to Caroline Marshall, Programming Committee chair:
Caroline Marshall
caroline.marshall@cshs.org
310-423-2315

Bickford, David L – (dbickford)
dbickford@email.arizona.edu
602-827-2407


Special Content Sessions

In addition to Posters, Papers, and Lightning Talks, you are invited to design and apply for a 60-minute Special Content Session or presentation. Special Content Sessions may include panel or group discussion, hands-on workshop or demo, or other presentation or meeting format.

Submit two copies of your abstract (250 words maximum), which accurately conveys the subject of the Special Content Session, its format, its scope, conclusions (if applicable), and relevance to medical libraries. The first copy should list all authors, institutional affiliations, and email and phone number of primary contact. The second copy will be used in a blind review process and should not include any information identifying authors or institutions.

Please place “SPECIAL CONTENT SESSION PROPOSAL” in the subject line of your message and email to Caroline Marshall and David Bickford, Programming Committee chairs:
Caroline Marshall
caroline.marshall@cshs.org
310-423-2315

Bickford, David L – (dbickford)
dbickford@email.arizona.edu
602-827-2407