Professional Template for a 72x48 Clinical Study Poster Presentation
Your name and the names of the people who have contributed to this presentation go here.
The names and addresses of the associated institutions go here.
Introduction/Research Question Design Importing picture files Results
What statistical design will be used to address your It’s always good to use the largest images you have
What question are you hoping to answer by conducting research question? Examples include experimental and available for your poster. Avoid images taken from the Specify measurements critical to the study objective or
this line of research? quasi-experimental designs such as one group-posttest web and avoid copying and pasting images. Instead hypothesis. Specify associations or differences between or
only or randomized clinical trial or case control cohort. try to INSERT>PICTURE>FROM FILE to bring among groups under comparison using p values or
images to your poster. preferably, confidence intervals. Note total number of
subjects or participants, number meeting inclusion criteria
who were excluded, and number enrolled who were lost to
follow-up. Present objectively, comments or observations
interpreting analyses are for the next section.
Although PowerPoint is very forgiving when it comes to
printing low resolution images, if you scale your images Conclusions & Implications
more than 200% after you bring them in, the image
quality will suffer. See the example below:
Conclusions should be succinctly stated and firmly
supported by the data presented. Note important
Also discuss implications for the health field.
Methods & Procedures
Original image at 100%, enlarged 200% and 400%.
Methods are techniques in which data are collected and
include such things as retrospective chart review, Suggestion: An easy way to see
secondary data abstraction, survey, focus group, and what an image is going to print References
interviewing. Procedures are what subjects will be like is to change your
exposed to as part of your study. If your study involves a VIEW>ZOOM setting to 100%
treatment or intervention, that should be described here. and look at the images up close.
What you’ll see at 100% is very
close to what your images will
Significance look like when printed.
Using the literature, establish any previous work that is
related to your research question.
Also, use the literature to ask the really important Charts & Graphs You must identify your unit of analysis, in most cases this will
question of, “Who cares, so what?” be individuals but could include a classroom, a school, a
clinic, a neighborhood, or a hospital unit. Special attention to
Contact & Printing Information
Charts & Graphs: To bring in charts and graphs from
who is being studied is of great importance both ethically and Send your completed poster template to
Excel, Word or other applications, go to EDIT>COPY to
empirically. This includes having a well thought out plan for
copy your chart, come back to PowerPoint, and go to
Recruitment (includes informed consent), Selection Criteria email@example.com
EDIT>PASTE to paste it on the poster. You can scale
(Inclusion/Exclusion), Sampling strategy/design (how will
the charts or graphs as needed. We encourage you to take advantage of the Synergy
individuals or charts be selected), and how you will maintain
Data privacy and protection. Medical Research Department support including
Suggestion: Press the SHIFT key as you scale your research design, IRB/privacy compliance, review of
charts or graphs to scale them proportionally. presentation/publication content, data collection &
90 Analyses management, analysis & reporting and documentation
of scholarly activity.
The analytic plan is more than the statistical techniques to Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
be used but also includes the Hypotheses, Limitations of Phone: 989-583-6982
the Analytic Approach or Design, and Sample size
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