Call for Submissions

Call for Workshops and Poster Abstracts

All AAIM members are invited to submit a workshop and/or poster abstract proposal for the 2023 APDIM Fall Meeting, October 12-14, in Baltimore, MD.

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2023 APDIM Fall Meeting

Call for Workshops: Closed April 14

Call for Poster Abstracts: Closed May 19

APDIM Fall Workshops

All workshops will be 60 minutes in total duration and presented live in-person during the APDIM Fall Meeting.

In addition to presenting in-person at the 2023 APDIM Fall Meeting, all accepted workshop speakers will pre-record their presentation for on-demand viewing after the meeting. Recording sessions will occur in August and more information will be provided in the acceptance communications.

Call for Workshops: Opened: Monday, March 20; Closed: Friday, April 14

Submitting workshop presenters will be notified in June 2023.

Webinar: How to Submit a Winning Workshop

May 19, 2021

Webinar: Coffee with the APDIM Council How to Submit a Winning Workshop  May 19, 2021

APDIM Fall Poster Abstracts

APDIM Fall posters will be displayed and presented during the October 13 poster reception. In addition to presenting in-person at the 2023 APDIM Fall Meeting, all accepted poster presenters will provide a pre-recorded presentation for on-demand viewing during and after the meeting. 

APDIM Fall Meeting has two poster abstract submission categories: Programmatic Innovation and Research. 


Research poster abstract submission fields include:

  • Background or introductory information
  • Aim
  • Methods
  • Results of the research
  • Brief discussion or conclusion

Programmatic Innovation

Programmatic innovation poster abstract submission will include:

  • Explanation of how the problem was identified and explored
  • Description of the innovations
  • Results to date
  • Discussion/reflection/lessons learned
  •  Tips and tools or works in progress are considered programmatic innovations

Submitting poster abstract presenters will be notified in July 2023.

Poster Abstract Guidelines

Tips for a Successful Poster Abstract Submission

  • Keep poster abstract titles succinct and to the point.
  • Use title case for poster abstract titles (ex. A Novel Curriculum for Systems-Based Practice); do not use all capital letters.
  • Poster abstracts that present clinical studies or clinical research out of the context of student, resident, or fellowship education or programmatic innovation will not be reviewed.
  • Poster abstract descriptions should be no longer than 350 words.
  • Poster abstract marketing description will be used in all promotional materials for the virtual poster session and should be no longer than 250 words.
  • Accepted poster presenters who do not provide a digital poster and recorded presentation by the published deadline will have their poster removed from the agenda and be prohibited from presenting.

Workshop and Poster Abstract Content Tracks

  1. Accreditation
    (Competencies/Milestones, Self-study, ACGME, LCME, Duty Hours)
  2. Administration
    (Recruitment/Onboarding/Graduation/Other, Hospital Administration, Chief Residency, Mentorship/Career Development/Remediation, Accreditation, Competencies/Milestones, ACGME, LCME, Duty Hours)
  3. Curriculum
    (Skills Development, Evaluation and Feedback, Rounds/Teaching Conferences, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Advocating for Patients and Policies, Ambulatory)
  4. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    (Social Justice, Training, Teaching, Cultural Competency, Recruitment, Patient Care)
  5. Faculty Development
    (Evaluation and Feedback, Recruitment, Retention, Promotion, Teaching and Learning Theory, Scholarship, Leadership/Mentoring)
  6. Practice of Medicine
    (Practice Management, Business of Medicine, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety)
  7. Research
    (General, Medical Education Research, Grant Writing, Biomedical Research, Pipeline Issues)
  8. Technology and Innovation
    (Simulation, Big Data, EHR, Virtual Training, Gaming, Procedures, Artificial Intelligence, POCUS)
  9. Wellness
    (Burnout, Fatigue Management, Learners At-Risk, Career Transitions, Coaching)

APDIM Program Planning Committee will review all workshop and poster abstract proposals and reserve the right to refuse any proposal without cause.

Please note:

  • AAIM does not waive registration fees or reimburse expenses for workshop presenters.
  • Each workshop may have up to four total presenters.
  • Workshop presenters may not participate in more than one proposal.
  • Workshop presenters will pre-record their presentation for on-demand viewing after the meeting.
  • The primary submitter is responsible for providing all co-presenter names and contact information to AAIM.
  • All workshop and poster abstract communications will be sent to primary submitter only.