How to submit a student poster
Information Technology and Communications in Health (ITCH) conferences have made it a tradition to provide students with the opportunity to present their work, to exchange ideas and research results with each other and with health care, informatics and computer professionals. Poster content can be based on course work, co-op experience, literature reviews or research.
Students registered full-time in related undergraduate or graduate programs are invited to take part in a student poster contest. An independent panel will judge the posters. First, second and third place winners will receive cash prizes and a complimentary FULL registration to the conference. Only the lead author on a team poster will receive the cash prize and complimentary registration.
To submit a poster entry for the student poster contest:
- Read the call for student posters.
- Prepare your abstract (maximum 500 words).
- Email your abstract (Microsoft Word format) to email@example.com.