All posters must at least include the following information. 1) Title, 2) All authors (and contact information for lead author), and 3) Abstract must be included in poster submission.
What Does It Mean to Be Evidence Informed? Evidence informed practice (EIP) means a commitment to ongoing data collection, evaluation and practice modifications based on what is learned in the field. A critical element of being evidence informed is the ongoing, collective learning and the sharing of knowledge across disciplines. EIP has been shown to promote positive changes and outcomes for individuals, families, communities and systems. It also assures that decision making is based on data gathered and supports the 3 A’s of START (accountability, accessibility and appropriateness).
- Data Graphics (SIRS data must be referenced)—START Network applicants: The use of SIRS data is strongly recommended; you can make requests for data to Ann Klein
Online Poster Proposal Submission Form
- Author(s) must be available during the poster session to answer questions
- Handouts of poster and abstract should be available during the poster session
- START programs should have their Annual Report available at their table
- Author(s) may also choose to present additional reports, data, journal articles, etc to support the presented outcomes
- Author(s) are responsible for getting their poster and all other materials to the Training Institute