The MUSC Global Health Week poster session is an excellent opportunity for researchers to present their work in the field of global health. In order to be considered, abstracts must be in narrative form and not include tables, charts, or graphs. They should also be a maximum of 300 words, excluding the title.
To ensure that abstracts are accepted, they should be well-organized, concise, clear, and well-written. They should address a specific problem and outline the approach taken to solve it. While preliminary results are encouraged but not required, authors must provide final results for their posters. Additionally, authors must establish a clear connection between their work and global health outcomes.
The committee will evaluate submissions based on originality, presentation, relevance, quality, and clarity. Accepted abstracts will be included in the poster session and authors will receive notice by March 29 with instructions on how to prepare their posters.