Public Health Students : Research Day Video Submission
How to submit your video FAQ
Is there a required format I need to follow when presenting my research poster?
ANSWER: Below is our recommended format for presenting your research poster:
Introduction: You should begin your presentation by stating your name, the name of your program/department and the title of your poster presentation.*
Example: “My name is Hannah Beaton. I’m a Public Health Prevention and Community Health Graduate student at The Milken Institute School of Public Health. One of my interests has been addressing the needs of underserved populations and I conducted research focused on “Community Based Management Programs for Dengue in Central America”
* Please note the introduction section will not be included as part of the 3 minute limit.
Brief Background: Succinctly provide the background information on your topic. Consider including the following:
Purpose of the research
Identify the primary literature (i.e. what has been published on this topic and the gap)
Methods: Describe how you conducted your research. Consider including the following:
Who was your population?
What was your sample size?
When/where was the research conducted?
What was your research design?
Results: State the primary findings. Consider including the following:
Connect the data to your methods (i.e. include number of participants, drop-out rate... )
Discuss the results from your primary/secondary objectives
Highlight relevant data from graphs, tables
Conclusion: Provide the major implications of your findings. Consider including the following:
Highlight your primary outcomes
Provide your analysis/interpretation of the results
Include any unexpected findings
Takeaways: Conclude your presentation with the main takeaways that you want others to remember about your research