Research Day Registration
Research Abstract Submission & Presenter Registration
  • Abstract submissions will be reviewed once presenters are registered for Research Day.
  • Research projects may include complete works, works in progress or case reports that address any topic relevant to family medicine. Deadline to submit is Friday, February 9, 2018.
  • PowerPoint presentations are assigned a 20 minute slot (15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A).
  • Posters must meet size requirements: 2' x 4'.
  • Winners will be selected for best research presentation in each category (resident, student, faculty/fellow), best poster in each category (best research, best QI, best case presentation), and best research presentation overall. Only those selected for live PowerPoint presentations will be eligible for cash prizes.
  • All abstract submissions will be reviewed by the Advisory Committee and the strongest in each category will be selected to present in PowerPoint format, as space allows. Those projects not selected for PowerPoint presentation will be invited to submit a poster presentation.
Primary Presenter Name & Credentials:
Second Presenter Name & Credentials (if applicable):
Institutional Affiliation:
Mailing Address, City, State and Zip Code:
Email Address:
Phone No.:
Presenter Category:

Other Category Description:
Is Research In Progress?:

I Am Submitting:
In this Category:

Presenters must submit their PowerPoint presentations to PAFP via email in advance of Research Day on or before Friday, February 23, 2018. There will be no exceptions. There is no time during Research Day for slide updates. This will allow for the files to be pre-loaded onto the presentation laptops and facilitate a quick transition between presentations. Additional instructions will accompany an email confirmation of your abstract submission.
Abstract Name:
Author, Co-Authors & Credentials:
Abstract Body:
Abstracts should not exceed 300 words. The content should include: Statement of Purpose; Methods; Brief Statement of Results; Conclusions and Implications for Future Research (when applicable).