The Minnesota Association of Geriatrics Inspired Clinicians (MAGIC) is a membership organization whose purpose is to support its members as they advocate for, and serve those, with complex medical needs. Its predecessor organization, the Minnesota Medical Directors Association, was founded in 1978. MAGIC was created in 2017 as an organization with broader membership and in response to the changing paradigm of care for older, and medically complex, persons. More information can be obtained at www.minnesotageriatrics.org.

MAGIC invites you to submit a session abstract for the Poster Session at the 2019 Conference. Around 100 participants who are experts in geriatrics attend the yearly MAGIC conference. The posters will be displayed in the entrance foyer during the conference. In addition, an afternoon break-out session will be dedicated to posters in which each presenter will make a brief presentation on their research.

Posters are being solicited from:
1. Students, fellows, or other emerging professionals/learners in the field of geriatrics

2. Non-profit organizations (must register to attend the conference)
 
We are interested in poster submissions that present scholarship that is relevant to the mission and membership of MAGIC. We will also consider poster submissions from non-profit organizations who have developed innovative ideas in the delivery of services and development of programs that will be of interest to MAGIC members and conference attendees. This is an opportunity for non-profits to highlight interventions that would be of interest to clinicians.
 
Vendors who wish to exhibit at MAGIC should contact rlobeck@mnmeddir.org.

Poster applications are due:
Early Submission:  August 1, 2019 (acceptance notification by September 1, 2019)

Late Submissions decided on a rolling basis as space allows.

Conference Details
Date: October 25, 2019
Location: Midland Hills Country Club
Website: www.minnesotageriatrics.org

Presenters for the poster session must register for the conference. Student poster presenters are waived the registration fee if attending the full conference.

Poster Presentation Guidelines
The poster session is a display presentation where you report current research, policy initiatives and practice projects focusing on geriatrics and/or successful interventions that promote older adult or family caregiver health and well-being. It consists of an exhibit of material that you as the author personally attend for an assigned period-of-time. The information needs to be clearly summarized and wherever possible include visuals such as tables, graphs, pictures, etc.

Posters can be up to 4 feet by 6 feet, best resolution is at 3 feet by 5 feet.

Accepted posters can be set up as early as 7:30 am, however, they must be set up by 10:30 am in preparation for the 11:00 am poster session. Posters must be removed by 3:30 pm.
 
All posters will be presented from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon. The posters will be displayed in the meeting room during the conference. In addition, a poster session will be dedicated to posters in which each presenter will make a brief presentation on their research.

Posters will be reviewed by members of the MAGIC Conference Committee and/or Board.

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* 1. Poster Title

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* 2. Presenter Information

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* 3. Select from the following:

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* 4. If multiple authors, please list additional author.

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* 5. If multiple authors, please list additional author.

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* 6. If multiple authors, please list additional author.

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* 7. List 2-3 learning objectives for you poster.

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* 8. Provide an abstract (one paragraph description) of the topic of poster.

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