2020 ACMI Winter Symposium Theme
Theme: Clinician Burnout
- User interface design, or its lack
- The joys of clinical documentation
- Regulation, policy, and incentives
- There is more to do than can ever be done
- The limits of current evidence
Ignite-style talk proposals are for a timely, provocative, and creative five-minute talk addressing a hot topic in informatics related to the symposium theme. Ignite-style talks will contain exactly 20 slides, 15 seconds each, that will be automatically advanced. After your presentation, a moderator will facilitate brief dialogue with the audience and move to the next presentation. Ignite-style Talks will be pre-loaded on a laptop and you will be required to submit a final version of your presentation slides in advance using the ACMI slide template.
Panels provide an opportunity for an extended exploration of a topic by the panelists. A panel proposal should describe the topic to be explored and an argument as to why this topic is timely, urgent, needed, or attention-grabbing. Further, the proposal should describe why the participating panelists are germane to this topic.
This format provides an opportunity for an extended exploration of a specific topic by Fellows. Please describe the topic to be explored and an argument as to why this topic is timely, urgent, or needed.
You are welcome to submit an idea for another format. We invite your proposal for an individual presentation or session.
Preparing and Submitting Your Proposal
Overview of proposal requirements
- Abstract (up to 250 words)
- Selection of a format
- Tweet summary of talk
- Three keywords
- Desired Meeting Outcome