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Abstracts welcome for the PGME Global Health Resident Research Showcase

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Residents and fellows from all programs and specialties are invited to submit an abstract and/or attend the
2021 4th Annual PGME Global Health Resident Research Showcase
– an opportunity for residents and fellows to share their global health research –

Thursday, February 4 2021 6pm-9pm
Via Zoom
Mandatory registration for presenters and attendees from this link.
Information from j.kopelow@utoronto.ca 

Abstract Dates and Details 
Abstract Submission Deadline: Thursday, January 7, 2021
Please submit abstracts via this link. 
PGME Global Health Research Showcase: February 4, 2021

All abstracts will be reviewed by a PGME GH Research Committee comprised of your peers — each are residents and fellows from across all postgraduate training programs with faculty oversight. 

This Committee of your peers and faculty advisor will evaluate your abstracts for appropriateness and completeness of the information, scientific merit, impact, and relevance to the goals and objectives of GH at PGME. All submissions will be acknowledged. 

on behalf of PGME Global Health Resident Research Showcase Planning Committee 
Dr. Sarah Ahmad, Adult Cardiology, Fellow
Dr. Rashie Brar, Dermatology PGY1
Dr. Hannah Niebulski, OBS/GYN, Fellow
Dr. Maria Romero, Medical Oncology, Fellow

Abstract Submission Guidelines
Residents and fellows from all specialties are invited to submit abstracts on global health themes. The PGME GH Research Showcase is offered as an opportunity for trainees to share their global health research during their postgraduate medical training. 

Abstracts should include the following: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions.
Posters and oral presentations are encouraged. 
A number of abstracts will be selected for ‘quick’ Roundtable presentation when authors will be given 5-10 minutes to present at the Showcase on February 4.

Abstracts submitted including the following themes are encouraged:
Advocacy and Activism 
COVID-19
Cross Cultural Communication 
Environment and Health
Global Child Health
Global Health Education 
Global Health Ethics
Global Health Governance
Global Health Surgery and Anaesthesia 
Global Mental Health
Global Migration and Health 
Health and Human Rights
Health Economics
Humanitarian Emergencies
Indigenous Health 
Infectious Diseases 
Innovation and Technology in Global Health
Local Health Inequalities
Non-Communicable Diseases
Nutrition and Food Security
Primary Care and Global Primary Care
Public Health and Global Public Health
Refugee Health 
Women’s Health

 

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