All AAIM members and non-member affiliates are invited to submit a session and/or poster abstract proposal for APDIM Online 2021 scheduled for Fall 2021. APDIM Online 2021 is October 7-8, 2021.
All seminar sessions will be 45 minutes and presentations will be pre-recorded and broadcast on a scheduled day during APDIM Online 2021. All seminars will include live Q&A following the broadcast recording.
Any changes to session length or format will be confirmed with speaker notifications in June 2021.
Submit seminar proposal
All accepted seminar presenters must complete a CME conflict of interest disclosure form in the AAMC Convey system. Presenters who do not complete the form by the published deadline will be removed from the agenda, prohibited from speaking, and will not be acknowledged as AAIM speakers.
Research poster abstracts include background or introductory information, aim, methods, the results of the research, and a brief discussion or conclusion.
Programmatic innovation poster abstracts will have a description of how the problem was identified and
explored, descriptions of the innovations, results to date, and discussion/reflection/lessons learned. Tips and tools or works in progress are considered programmatic innovations.
Submitting presenters will be notified in July 2021. For additional information about the poster abstract format, please review the guidelines for submitting an AAIM poster abstract.
Accepted poster presenters are required to provide a digital poster and record a five-minute presentation for the APDIM21 virtual poster session. Accepted poster presenters who do not provide a digital poster and recorded presentation by the published deadline will have their poster removed from the agenda and be prohibited from presenting.
Submit poster abstract proposal
Tips for a Successful Poster Abstract Submission
The deadline to submit seminar and poster abstracts proposals is Friday, April 23 at 11:59 p.m. EDT
APDIM Program Planning Committee will review all seminar and poster abstract proposals and reserve the right to refuse any proposal without cause.