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The MUSC Global Health Week is seeking abstracts for its poster session in all areas of global health. The abstract must be in narrative form and should not contain tables, charts, or graphs. It should be a maximum of 300 words, excluding the title. The submitting author is expected to attend the event and present the poster, and must obtain pre-approval from any co-authors before submitting the abstract.
To be accepted, abstracts must be well-organized, concise, clear, and well-written. They should address a problem and outline an approach to solving it. While providing preliminary results is suggested but not required, results will be required for the final poster presentation. Authors must also establish a clear link between their work and outcomes related to global health.
The committee will evaluate submissions based on originality, presentation, relevance, quality, and clarity. Submissions that meet these criteria will be recommended for inclusion in the poster session. Authors will receive notification of acceptance by March 29th with detailed instructions on how to prepare their posters.
In summary, MUSC Global Health Week is calling for abstracts in narrative form that address problems in global health and outline an approach to solving them. Submissions should include preliminary results if applicable but must also establish a clear connection between the work and outcomes related to global health. The committee will evaluate submissions based on originality, presentation, relevance, quality