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Poster Presentation Session
Call for poster presentations for the 2021 National Conference is now closed! Applications for the next annual conference will begin August 2021.

Submit Your Poster Abstract


Have you accomplished a Case Management or process improvement project?

Present your information in this informal yet professional forum at the 2021 ACMA National Conference.

ACMA is always looking for new and innovative ways to improve the practice of case management. If you have a program or project that has had a positive outcome or provided a valuable resource to your patients, facility, or agency, we encourage you to submit an application.

Posters will be confidentially judged and receive extra recognition in three categories:

  • Best Practice - Articulates well a best practice and demonstrates strong analysis of the published literature.
  • Most Innovative Topic - Conveys an advanced idea that will impact a common Case Management problem or a new approach to an old problem.
  • Ability to Replicate/Implement - Imparts confidence that the process can be easily implemented and is applicable to a wide range of settings.

The Poster Session provides an informal but professional forum to present and discuss your organization's advances in health care delivery system case management. It also allows you the opportunity to highlight your successes and learn how others are overcoming challenges.

2021 ACMA Poster Session Informational Webinar

Where to begin? What should your poster look like? The ACMA Poster Session Committee hosts an informational webinar each year to give you the tools you need to get started. Get the inside scoop about what makes a successful poster and be on the lookout for upcoming online learning sessions dedicated to making the most out of your poster.

Date and Time - Thursday, September 10, 5:00 pm ET/2:00 pm PT

Presenter - Crystal Brooks, LMSW, ACM-SW, Poster Session Committee Member

View the Webinar Recording


2021 ACMA Poster Session Toolkit

The toolkit includes helpful tips and strategies for preparing a successful poster presentation. Do I have to be a member of ACMA in order to be a poster presenter? What is the deadline to submit a poster? How do I know if my work would make a good poster? How will my poster be judged? These questions and others are answered within the toolkit along with important dates, submission guidelines, poster samples, supporting materials, and much more. Download this toolkit today so that you may successfully present your health care knowledge in the most effective manner during the 2021 ACMA National Conference.

WHERE DO I BEGIN AND WHAT SHOULD MY POSTER LOOK LIKE?

Remember, your first step is to submit an abstract by the deadline. You don't have to create the entire poster until your abstract has been accepted. Abstracts should be a concise summary of the presentation. Be sure to plan ahead, follow the application guidelines and include learning objectives and outcomes.

The links below are samples of previous Poster Presentations for your reference.

Sample 1 Sample 2 Sample 3 Sample 4 Sample 5
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