Poster Video Abstract Submissions

“Building an Evidence Base for Commercially Available Technology,” May 14-15, 2020

In lieu of a traditional poster session, we will host a video poster session. Researchers can submit abstracts in the usual way (see Abstract Submission below), but instead of presenting a traditional poster, we will have presenters produce a 1 minute video summarizing their research in any way they see fit. Presenters may give a 1 minute talk and use text, images, and/or graphics. Videos will be streamed at the conference and our YouTube channel. Awards will be given to the video with the most views and to those selected by our judges for Best Student Poster Video and Best Poster Video Overall.

We welcome abstract submissions of any empirical research (quantitative or qualitative) that leverages technology to measure, explain, or intervene upon a physical or mental health-related issue. Abstracts that reflect the conference theme will receive priority but this is not mandatory. Technology may include mobile apps, wearables, online platforms, EHRs, social media, virtual or augmented reality, exergames, and more. Students are highly encouraged to submit their work and conference registration is free for students. Each abstract should represent complete and original results. Please note that submission indicates an intention to attend the virtual conference. You may submit an abstract you have presented at another conference or submitted to a conference that was cancelled. Let’s use this opportunity to get our research to a wider audience!

Instructions for videos will be sent to accepted abstracts. Abstract Submission Deadline: Extended to April 10, 2020

Abstract Submission Form

  • Please list names and credentials, separated by commas
  • please limit to 200 words
  • Questions

    Please email mhealthcenter@uconn.edu with any questions.