Poster Presentations

Poster presentations are a great way to showcase your research and work on a project, as well as network and connect with family medicine colleagues.

Michigan Family Medicine Research Day

May 27, 2021
The Johnson Center at Cleary University
Howell, MI

This annual event—now in its 43rd year—educates physicians, residents, and medical students on the lastest family medicine research in Michigan. It is designed to encourage and assist new researchers and scholars in family medicine, nursing, and the behavioral sciences, facilitating learning and the exchange of ideas that may improve patterns of practice and the health of patients.

Host: University of Michigan Department of Family Medicine, in collaboration with the departments of family medicine at other medical schools in Michigan and Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan

Poster abstract submissions: Deadline to be announced early in 2021

National Conference of Family Medicine Residents & Medical Students

Up to 50 entries will be selected for display. Of those, the top 12 will be invited to give a brief oral presentation onsite for peer review.

Host: American Academy of Family Physicians

Eligibility: Medical student and family medicine resident members of AAFP in good standing

Family Medicine Experience (FMX)

October 13-17, 2020

FMX is the largest annual gathering of family physicians, with nearly 5,000 attendees. The poster presentation area is a popular destination where attendees come for the latest family medicine research and to earn CME credit.

Host: American Academy of Family Physicians

Eligibility: Medical student and family medicine members of AAFP in good standing

Poster abstract application: Opens in early 2020

Family Medicine Midwest Conference

November 13-15, 2020

This three-day event—now its 9th year—attracts faculty, residents, and medical students from Midwest states to attract and inspire medical students to choose Midwest family medicine residency programs; showcasing the amazing variety of career opportunities in family medicine; provide a platform for sharing innovative ideas and best practices; build a regional network dedicated to improving the health of all patients, tackling many of today’s most daunting public health challenges.  

Host: Family Medicine Midwest Foundation

Eligibility: Students and residents from one of the 12 Family Medicine Midwest states: IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MO, MN, NE, ND, SD, WI

Poster abstract application: Due June 28, 2020