Family Medicine Forum
Metro Toronto Convention Centre *TORONTO, CANADA Visit the Venue to read more
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FMF sessions are typically 0.5 hours (general sessions) or 1 hour (regular sessions) in length. They may include from 20 to 100+ participants who attend on a first come/first served basis (exceptions: Mainpro-C sessions, Ancilliary Sessions, Demonstration Theatre sessions)
There are a limited number of small group workshop time slots available. If your workshop is limited to a specific number of individuals, please indicate this in the comments section of your submission. Please keep in mind that FMF typically hosts 3000 or more delegates so the number of time slots dedicated to small group work is limited.
A “research-related session” is a very broad category for a wide range of didactic 60 minute presentations on cutting edge research or research-related knowledge translation. These proposals may be: on completed research work, tools developed for or from a research work, or for similar knowledge translation; introduction review or analysis of opportunities for new research funding or skill development; perspectives on specific research findings or approaches to research methodology, etc.
Workshop submissions would include proposals for a research-related interactive 60 minute presentation, which will enable participants to gain a new skill or insights on how to do research – example – successful grant writing, survey methods, systematic reviews etc.
Free Standing Paper (oral)
This category will include projects representing primary care research as well as those representing evaluation of innovations that improve family medicine practice or primary health or health care delivery. The Section of Researchers encourages submissions from both novice and experienced researchers, as well as submissions from a range of disciplines. All Free Standing Research Papers (Oral) will be considered for presentation on Research Day on Wednesday, November 11th. Exceptional submissions may be considered for oral presentation at the main FMF Research and Practice Innovation Stream on Thursday. Freestanding Paper Presentations are 15 minutes: 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion/questions. A laptop, projector, and screen will be supplied. Abstracts submitted as Research Posters may be considered for display on Wednesday November 11 (Research Day).