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Primary Care Career Day - April 18, 2015

 

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We are proud to announce the fourth annual Primary Care Career Day. Please save the date and join us for a special day as we tackle hot topics, explore exciting careers, and display scholarly activity in Primary Care!

General Information:
Cost: FREE! There is no charge for residents, medical students or mentors. A light breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided to attendees.

Target Audience:
All medical students and residents interested in Primary Care careers (General Internal Medicine, Pediatrics or Family Medicine) in the state of Ohio are welcome.

The morning session will begin with a light breakfast and opening remarks. This will be followed by didactic presentations on various topics in Primary Care. This will be followed by a panel discussion regarding different careers in Primary Care.

The afternoon session will resume after lunch and include a Primary Care Career Fair as well as a Primary Care abstract competition.

Registration: This is a FREE event. However, in order to ensure adequate food is available, please register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PrimaryCareCareerDay2015

If you would like to submit an abstract to present as a poster at the event, please review the attachment “Abstract Submission Form and Guidelines.” If you have any questions, please contact michael.langan@osumc.edu.

Abstract Submission
Form and Guidelines:
Primary Care Career Day | April 18, 2015

Clinical Vignette (Case Report) and/or Research in Primary Care:
A clinical vignette is a report of one or more cases that illustrate a new disease entity, or a prominent or unusual clinical feature of an established disease. It may include a summary of pertinent patient history, physical findings, laboratory data or management description. Submissions can also report clinical and/or laboratory-based research, delineate a new investigation into mechanisms of disease or consist of detailed review of a clinical problem. Abstracts concerned with efficiency, cost or method of healthcare delivery, quality of care and medical decision-making are also encouraged.

Format for Clinical Vignette (Case Report):
1. Abstracts must be typed single spaced using 10 point font. Word limit: 450 words including the title and authors.
2. Title, typed in all caps, should be brief and clearly state content of paper.
3. Presenting author must list name first.
4. Presenting author’s institution must also be labeled. This should represent student’s affiliation with a College of Medicine OR residency program.

Format for Research:
1. Purpose for study (one sentence if possible).
2. Simple statement of methods.
3. Summary of results.
4. Statement of conclusions and pertinence.
All submissions should be submitted as a Word Document or PDF file to michael.langan@osumc.edu.

DEADLINE: Submission deadline is March 6, 2015