Call for posters

The 2018 call for posters at Leaders in Healthcare has now closed.

Only submissions received via the online system are eligible for peer review. Any proposals submitted by email/fax will be deleted and will not be sent for review. All notifications will be sent out in August 2018. Please note the email address that you supply in the Submitter Details page will be the email address used to correspond the results of your submission. If you change email addresses during this time, please let us know so we can update the system.

FAQs and information on submitting a video poster are available for download below. The deadline for submissions was Monday 30 July.

Poster Stage

Once you have signed up to present a poster, you will then be given an opportunity to deliver a short presentation about your project on the main Poster Stage. The audience will then get the opportunity to ask you questions.

NEW - poster competition

This year will feature a competition for the best poster in each of the six conference themes. The prize for each winning poster will include a year's free FMLM membership (applicable for existing and potential members).

Video Posters

In addition to displaying a poster, authors are invited to produce a short video explaining their ideas and work in healthcare leadership and management.

This opportunity is available only if you have an accepted abstract and have registered to attend and display your poster during the conference.

What is a video poster?
The video posters are short videos where the presenter discusses the nature and impact of their research/project which is illustrated on the printed poster they are displaying at the conference. This is a great opportunity to explain your ideas and improvement work in a more engaging way to a wider audience.

These video posters will feature on the Leaders in Healthcare YouTube channel, and will be pushed out through our social media channels. Our aim is to enable you to present your project to a wider global audience in a personal, engaging way. It is envisaged that video posters will enhance viewers' understanding and appreciation of a poster through the accessible presentation of the main results and conclusions reported, and increase the reach of the project.

Read more about how to create a video poster in the Video poster guidelines attachment below.

Poster categories

The posters will be displayed by topic. We have six poster topics:

  • Enhancing your leadership and management skills – we welcome submissions on approaches that individuals can take to develop their leadership and management skills and enhance career potential.

  • Developing effective leaders  - we welcome submissions on approaches to education, training and development which are designed to grow and support leaders and leadership. Local, national and international examples from different career stages, professions and specialties are encouraged..

  • Leading innovation and improvement – we welcome submissions from individuals who are leading innovation and improvement – whether through the application of technology, or by just thinking ‘outside the box’ –  for better patient care at team, organisation or system level.

  • Leadership lessons from across the world – we welcome submissions from individuals, teams and organisations – including governments – across the globe that are leading delivery and improvements in education, training and healthcare. Examples of leading in a range of contexts – from low resource settings to highly developed countries - are encouraged.

  • Leading across systems and organisations – we welcome submissions from individuals and teams leading across complex systems in the UK or internationally

  • Understanding leadership through research – as the evidence base linking leadership, healthcare outcomes and organisational performance grows, submissions from students, academics and researchers, in the UK and internationally, are invited to share research findings and opportunities applicable to wider healthcare delivery.

Notifying you of your result

All notifications have now been sent out. Please note the email address that you supply in the submitter details page will be the email address used to correspond the results of your submission. If you change email addresses during this time, please  let us know  so we can update the system.

Poster abstract FAQs120.58 KB
Abstract template422.91 KB
Video poster guidelines74.12 KB