Posters

ABSTRACT AUTHOR GUIDELINES

The Medical Affairs Professional Society invites you to submit your abstract for consideration for a poster presentation during the 1st MAPS Poster Walk.


OBJECTIVE

MAPS believes strongly in the importance of the partnerships between industry and solution providers. This industry- and solution-provider poster session will showcase case-based scenarios depicting a specific challenge and solution that demonstrates an integrated, exponential benefit of a good industry- solution-provider partnership.


SPECIFICATIONS

 Structure

  • Objective
  • Challenge/problem
  • Solution
  • Outcome
  • Benefits

Word count

  • Maximum 250 words
  • Title and authors not included in word count
  • May include 1 figure, which equals 50 words

Authors

  • Recommended: representation by at least 1 industry and 1 solution provider company
  • Maximum of 6 authors
  • At least 1 author must be registered for the 2018 MAPS Annual Meeting

Deadline

  • December 1, 2017, 5pm EST

Submission process

  • Abstracts must be submitted using the MAPS online abstract submission form below.

Abstract Submission

  • Please either type or cut and paste your structured abstract into the box below. Include abstract title, authors, and authors’ affiliations. Abstracts may be up to 250 words; inclusion of either 1 table or 1 graphic is permitted and accounts for 50 words. Authors and affiliations are not part of the word count. Please refer to the abstract submission guidelines prior to submitting your abstract.

  • Note: The presenting author must be registered for the 2018 MAPS Annual Meeting at the time of abstract submission.

  • Note: The presenting author must be registered for the 2018 MAPS Annual Meeting at the time of abstract submission.

  • The standard of MAPS is to recognize and address actual Conflicts of Interest as well as perceptions of Conflicts of Interest between the interests of MAPS and personal, professional and business interest of MAPS members, volunteers, board members, committee members and governing personnel, and those presenting at MAPS events.     

    While it is understood that all real or perceived conflicts of interest are not necessarily prohibited or harmful to MAPS, faculty members are required to disclose all material information that may pose an actual or perceived conflict of interest. The MAPS Board of Directors will determine if an actual conflict of interest exists and recommend steps for remediation. 

    The submitting author should collect and provide disclosure information for all co-authors.
    1. Substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work; or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data for the work; AND
    2. Drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content; AND
    3. Final approval of the version to be published; AND
    4. Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved.

  • Please type your First and Last Name

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