Hurley Research Day
Hurley Research Day Wednesday, April 22, 2020
- Case report
New: Abstract judging
- Abstracts to be judged for scientific merit
- Prizes awarded based on abstract scores
Abstract Submission: Dec. 9, 2019 - Feb. 3, 2020
Wrap up your data collection and finish your analyses: It's time to type up your abstract and submit it for the April 22, 2020, Hurley Research Day, which takes place in the Abbott Medical Education Center at Hurley.
Hurley Research Day Abstract Submission Details
Open to learners at Hurley Medical Center
- Residents & fellows
- Medical students
- Nursing students
- Students in other health professions
You must be able to present your poster or oral presentation on April 22, 2020, Hurley Research Day to be eligible to submit your abstract.
- Notification: If your abstract is accepted, you will be notified 4-6 weeks before the presentation date.
- Awards: All accepted abstracts will be judged on scientific merit, which will determine Hurley Research Day awards.
- Submission limit: Up to 2 submissions as first author or presenter
- Word limit: Up to 400 words max (count words before you paste into the submission form)
- Structured abstracts: Required - must adhere to format (below)
- Case Report: 1. Background (key literature summary, reason for sharing), 2. Case (description with positive/negative findings), 3. Conclusion (Interpretation of key findings, application to care/medicine)
- Study/meta-analysis: 1. Introduction (purpose, key literature summary, objective/hypothesis, significance), 2. Methods (setting, subjects, design, procedure), 3. Results (descriptive and inferential analysis as appropriate), 4. Conclusions (summary of key findings, limitations, future directions)
Submit abstract here (open Dec. 9, 2019, through 11:59 pm Monday, Feb. 3, 2020)
CTRL + SHIFT + V: Write your abstract first - in Google Docs or Microsoft Word, for instance, where you can count words, use spellcheck, etc. - then copy & paste it into the abstract-submission form, using CTRL + SHIFT + V, which pastes just the text (no formatting). This will avoid some of the add characters and leftover code, so your abstract will look "clean" upon submission.