The Boston Congress of Public Health (BCPH) has expanded its poster sessions into monthly Research Summits for Justice and Equity. These will be held virtually, as follows:
Geared to clinicians, academics, public health students and professionals, community-based health workers and advocates, medical residents, and others aligned with public health, the Virtual Research Summit for Justice and Equity provides unique opportunities for attendees to present and/or hear the latest research addressing issues on public health through a social justice lens!
We highly encourage attendees to share posters of new.emerging and other research produced in the past five years. Posters from previous meetings and conferences are welcome:
In addition, participants will have an opportunity to hear from and engage a keynote speaker and an panel of experts addressing equity and social justice through their research.
These special live and recorded presentations will will provide insight into facilitating innovative, ethnical, equitable, and sustainable research projects addressing the needs of underserved populations.
Rather than a glorified Zoom meeting, you’ll engage with fellow participants and view posters in a Virtual Poster Hall powered by the online conference and meeting platform, Brazen. Other content featured in the Poster Hall “booths” include speaker presentations and resources.
This event is open to both poster presenters and those interested in hearing presenters’ findings and participating the keynote presentation and interactive panel of experts. Fees for all attendees are as follows:
Authors may submit an UNLIMITED number of posters for research conducted within the past 5 years. Additional posters are $5.00 each. (Please submit each poster separately.)
Payment is not due at the time of registration.
Submit your poster for consideration by selecting the date(s) you wish to present:
If selected, you will receive an email with detailed information on your next steps. Registrants will be sent a payment link.
We strongly encourage poster presenters to use a template rather than submit anything “freestyle.” Below are links to traditional and “new style” scientific poster templates:
We will recognize posters that are “Best Overall” in each poster session. Additional awards also might be granted based on other merit.
The Boston Congress of Public Health held its Inaugural Research Poster Session, held virtually this past May 7, 2022. Researchers, clinicians, academic professionals, medical students, public health advocates and others from around the world findings from their cutting-edge health research. All of the presentations will be published this June on HPHR.org.
In addition, the following presentations received additional commendation as Best Overall based on their poster’s appearance, style of presentation, explicit discussion of health equity and social justice implications for public health: