The MUSC Global Health Week poster session welcomes abstracts in all areas of global health. These abstracts must be written in a narrative form and should not include any tables, charts, or graphs. The maximum word count for an abstract is 300 words, excluding the title.
As a journalist, I would suggest adding more details about the event itself. For example:
“The MUSC Global Health Week poster session will take place on April 1-5, 2023 at the Medical University of South Carolina’s campus. This annual event brings together researchers and professionals from around the world to present their latest work in global health.”
In order to be accepted, abstracts should be well-organized, concise, clear, and well-written. They should also include a problem statement and an approach to solving it. While preliminary results are suggested but not required, final outcomes will be expected for the poster presentation. It is important that authors 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 notified by March 29 with detailed instructions on how to prepare the poster presentation.