Submit an abstract to secure a poster display in Kuala Lumpur 2017 and influence patient outcomes
The poster displays show a wide range of improvement and safety projects and are available onsite for all attendees to view and learn from. The displays are a valuable opportunity to tell colleagues and experts about your improvement projects and to help others learn from your strategies and experience. Submitting a poster offers you an opportunity to have your work included in the International Forum Conference Proceedings and to present your work to delegates on our Poster Stage. More information to follow.
We encourage you to share your achievements and contribute with your work and ideas to improving healthcare worldwide.
- Showcase your achievements to key international opinion leaders
- Communicate your organisation’s work
- Build your profile by having your work displayed at a BMJ/IHI event
- Share successes with your colleagues and influence outcomes on a global scale
Your poster will be displayed by the topic or theme you select during the abstract submission process. We have six topics that you can submit to:
- Quality, Cost, Value
- Person and Family Centred Care
- Population and Public Health
- Building Capability and Leadership
- Work in Progress – read more below
The Work in Progress poster topic
Our new Work in Progress poster topic received high level of interest at the recent International Forum in Singapore.
If you have any improvement work in progress, you can now showcase the preliminary results of your project at the International Forum by submitting to the topic Work in Progress. In this poster theme, you can present your initial assessment of the problem, the methodology and design of the project and the current stage the work is at. You can present your anticipated outcomes, your preliminary findings, and the challenges or obstacles you have encountered to date. Your submission will still be peer reviewed, but acknowledged for the stage of completion you are currently at. During the International Forum we will hold specific discussion groups and workshops aimed at people who are at a preliminary stage or in the middle of undertaking an improvement project – this is the perfect opportunity to seek guidance, and inspiration from your peers.
How to submit
Deadline for submissions is 2 May 2017.
Make sure you have downloaded and completed the poster abstract template above. If you have not done so, click ‘Download abstract template’ above to download the template. You must submit your application on the template provided. Applications that are not submitted on this template will not be sent for review.
- When you are ready to submit, click on the ‘Submit abstract’ button above
- Fill out the fields required and upload your template when prompted
- Your submission is complete once you have reached the Submission Complete page.
- You will receive a confirmation email once your template has been successfully submitted. Once you have submitted your proposal, it will be sent for review and you will be unable to amend your proposal. Please ensure it has been completed in full before you submit.
Only submissions received via the online system are eligible for peer review. Any proposals submitted by email/ fax will be deleted and will not be sent for review.
- Abstracts must be submitted in English
- Abstracts must not exceed 700 words (1000 word limit including template headings)
- All information (including tables) must be included in a single document
- Do not include any symbols when you name your document as you may have problems uploading it (please use letters and numbers only)
- Only submit if you have your results available at the time of submission.
We encourage you to take time to read the Poster FAQs.
All notifications will be sent out by June 2017. Please note the email address that you supply in the Submitter Details page will be the email address used to correspond the results of your submission. If you change email addresses during this time, please let us know so we can update the system.