POSTER and PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS
Click here for the 2020 Poster Abstract Submission Form.
Deadline is extended to January 10, 2020
The categories for poster submission have been clarified. If you have already submitted a poster and think you may have put it in the wrong category, please contact Jim Andrews at MSHP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MSHP POSTER CATEGORIES:
The following are the categories for submission:
Original Research: To be considered for acceptance, papers must describe original research in pharmacotherapeutics, clinical pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, practice innovations in organized health-care settings, administrative practice or cost analysis of pharmaceutical services. Papers must not have been published or presented elsewhere in complete form prior to presentation at the MSHP Spring Meeting, with the exception of resident or student research presentations at the ASHP MCM.
Original research may be submitted as research in progress. Those abstracts submitted as research in progress are expected to have results and conclusions available for poster presentation at the Spring Meeting. Those with no results and conclusions by the time of the meeting are disqualified from award consideration.
Original research or research in progress may be submitted by a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, resident, or student. If a resident or student is listed as the submitting author for an original presentation, the poster will be eligible for the resident or student award. All other submitting authors will be eligible for the best original poster award.
Encore Research: This category is for research that has been presented elsewhere or published in complete form prior to presentation at the 2020 KCHP/MSHP Spring Meeting. To be considered for acceptance, papers must describe research in pharmacotherapeutics, clinical pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, practice innovations in organized health-care settings, administrative practice or cost analysis of pharmaceutical services. Posters or papers presented before January 1 of the previous year are not eligible. For example, posters or papers presented before January 1, 2016 are not eligible for 2020 submissions. Full results and conclusions must have been presented/published previously to qualify as an encore presentation. Those projects previously presented/published without results and conclusions should be submitted as an original poster.
Encore research may be submitted by a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, resident, or student. Residents or students who presented their research only at the ASHP MCM may submit in the Original Research category.**Case reports and literature reviews are not eligible for poster submission. These types of research may be eligible for submission to MSHP's Newsletter.
Platform PresentationsAll Missouri health-systems pharmacy practitioners, including
pharmacists, pharmacy residents, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy students
are invited to submit projects for consideration. If a student is listed as the submitting
author for an original presentation, the poster will be eligible for the
Abstracts submitted with results and conclusions will be eligible for a platform presentation, as decided by the MSHP Research and Education Division Poster Review Committee. In addition to a research abstract, individuals submitting an abstract with results and conclusions must also submit one learning objective that: 1) is encompassing of the overall project, and 2) uses one of the approved knowledge-based verbs listed below:
For further information about the platform presentation, see the Review of Submissions section below.
The submitting author should present the poster;
however, if legitimate circumstances do not permit attendance at the meeting;
another pharmacy professional author for that poster may present during the poster
exhibit session at the Spring Meeting.
All poster presenters must be registered for the Spring Meeting and
complete ACPE required documents as requested, if the posters are accredited
for continuing pharmacy education credit.
SUBMISSION OF POSTERS:
Individuals wishing to present a poster should submit the information through the MSHP website.
Submission deadline is extended to January 10, 2020
REVIEW OF SUBMISSIONS:
All submissions from eligible authors received by the designated deadline will be reviewed anonymously by the Educational Affairs Division Poster Review Committee for their acceptability for presentation. Submissions will be reviewed for their originality and applicability to health-system pharmacy and scored on relevance/originality, objectives, methods, results and conclusions/implications (click here for abstract scoring sheet).
In order for an original or encore submission to be accepted for poster presentation, a minimum score of 5 on the abstract scoring sheet is required. Research in progress requires a minimum score of 3, as results and conclusions/implications will not be scored. Two blinded reviewers must score the abstracts at the minimum required score in order for it to be accepted for poster presentation at the Spring Meeting. In the case of a split decision between the 2 blinded reviewers, a 3rd blinded reviewer will score the abstract and the abstract will be accepted if the minimum required score is also given by the 3rd reviewer.
The two abstracts in the original research categories with the highest scores (minimum of 7), submitted with results and conclusions at the time for abstract submission, will be invited to participate in the platform presentation session at the Spring Meeting. If there are none that qualify, encore research with results and conclusions will be considered if it receives a score of 7 or higher. Each presentation will be 15 minutes in length. These presenters will receive a platform presentation award (see Awards section below). If a presenter opts out of the platform session, they will still be eligible for a poster award. The next highest score will be invited to participate in the platform session if a presenter opts out of the platform session. Those accepted for a platform presentation will be asked to provide additional information for ACPE accreditation purposes. Three judges will be selected to score the presentations.
The five abstracts with the next highest scores from the Original Research and Research in Progress categories combined will be eligible for the “Original” poster awards. The five abstracts with the highest scores in the Encore and Student categories will be eligible for the “Encore” and “Student” poster awards, respectively. A project presented during the platform session is not eligible for a poster award and vice versa.
Although all posters received by the deadline will be reviewed on their merits, in some instances, due to space limitations, only a limited number of posters will be accepted for presentation at the meeting. For this reason, authors of poster submissions are encouraged to submit their entries early since, under these circumstances, posters will be accepted for presentation on a “first come, first served” basis.
All submitting authors will be notified of the acceptance of their poster as either a platform presentation or a poster presentation via e-mail. Authors whose posters are rejected will be provided with a detailed explanation of the committee’s reason(s) for their decision.
Best Platform Presentation – recognition plaque and winner's pharmacy department will receive one free MSHP state-wide full meeting registration of their choice to give to one employee.
Best Original Poster – recognition certificate and the winner's pharmacy department will receive 50% off one MSHP state-wide full meeting registration of their choice for one of their employees
Best Encore Poster – recognition certificate
Best Student Poster – recognition certificate and the winner's MSHP student chapter will receive one free MSHP state-wide full student meeting registration of their choice for one of their members
Posters/platform presentations will be judged at the 2020 KCHP/MSHP Spring Meeting, during which time the winners will be announced.