Helpful Resources

Abstract and Poster Development Webinar Recording
If you have an idea for an abstract, join Lisa Wheeler, MT (ASCP) to find out how to move forward.

Top Five Symposium Abstract Myths (PDF)
If you think you can't write and present an abstract, take a look at this document.

Sample Abstract Poster (PPT)
View an example poster to see what yours could look like.

Abstract Poster Template (PPT)
You can use this template to help create your poster.

Abstracts from the 2015 PHPN Symposium (PDF)
Read abstracts from the previous Symposium to get an idea of topics and writing.

"This was my first time attending and I truly benefitted from all of it! It was so good to be surrounded by others who are doing the same work and the atmosphere was contagious."

- 2015 PHPN Symposium attendee

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