2019 Call for Student Posters

Students, do you have an awesome project you completed for a TR/RT school assignment? Show it off at the 2019 Conference. Posters will be presented on Thursday, March 28th during the afternoon break.

 

The two areas for poster proposals include (a) research posters and (b) practice posters:

RESEARCH POSTERS may include one of the following: primary research in progress, recently concluded primary research, or transition of research into practice. Areas to include in your proposal session description: introduction, brief literature review, method, results, and/or discussion.

RESEARCH POSTERS MUST INCLUDE:
Introduction
Three Measurable Learning Outcomes Related to the NCTRC Job Analysis
Brief literature review
Method
Results
Discussion

 

 

The primary purpose for PRACTICE POSTERS is to showcase intervention programs that produce client outcomes, staff training programs, or practice protocols. This is an excellent opportunity to share recent successes and challenges with fellow professionals. Areas to include in your proposal session description: program overview (e.g. literature that supports the program, setting, population, process- frequency and length of program sessions, staffing, assessment tools), goals, evaluation, outcomes, and/or suggestions for replication.

PRACTICE POSTERS MUST INCLUDE:
Three Measurable Learning Outcomes Related to the NCTRC Job Analysis
Program overview (e.g. literature that supports the program, setting, population, process- frequency and length of program sessions, staffing, assessment tools)
Goals
Evaluation
Outcomes
Suggestions for replication

 

 

FORMAT:
If accepted, presenters will create a 36 by 48-inch poster in MS PowerPoint that will be fastened to a freestanding display panel. Design, coloration, font size, etc., is up to the author, but the poster should look professional and be easy to read from four feet away.

 

 

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