GSS21- New Speakers competition & Research Competition!
Austin, Texas & virtually April 8-11th
(Sim Day is April 8th, regular schedule concludes EOB April 11th)
Why apply for speaking engagements? Speaking helps to keep your presentation skills sharp, keeps your focus on the forefront of medical & non-medical developments, and builds your resume. We have a variety of opportunities for GSACEP members to apply for speaking opportunities, from seasoned presenters to new & developing speakers. Receive constructive feedback, marketing of your topics to our membership (1500 + members) and the opportunity to share your expertise with your colleagues.
Call for Abstracts & New Speaker Competition Proposals
Submission Deadline: 18 January 2021
The 2021 Government Services Symposium is calling for research abstracts and new speaker lecture competition proposals. Both sessions are open to medical student, resident, and attending proposals. Applicants may submit proposals to both the research forum and lecture competition. An option for a virtual presentation is available, so attendance at Austin is not required for participants.
Please submit abstracts for consideration no later than 18 January 2021. Notification of acceptance will be provided no later than 28 January 2021.
Original research, performance improvement projects, and case reports are acceptable for submission. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words in length and adhere to the formatting for below.
For original research and performance improvement projects, please structure the abstract with four sections: 1) Study Objectives, 2) Methods, 3) Results, and 4) Conclusions
For case reports, please provide a case summary.
Please submit all abstract proposals or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit a written summary of the proposed topic (less than 250 words) and up to three written objectives for the lecture. Lectures slots will be 6-10 minutes depending on the number of submissions. Winner of the competition will receive a full lecture slot in the 2022 Government Services Symposium conference.
Please submit all lecture competition proposals or questions to email@example.com.