Primary Care & Prevention Research Day
Saturday, February 18, 2012
The 2012 Primary Care & Prevention Research Day is a forum for
health professionals in academic institutions, teaching hospitals,
and practice sites to present or benefit from research,
interventions, and programs intended to improve the health of and
address disparities among populations within our Southern
The conference is open to physicians, nurse practitioners, public
health professionals, nurses, pharmacists, medical residents,
health professions students, and others interested in primary care
or prevention issues and research.
The conference will be held in Stanton-Gerber Hall, Veterans
Affairs Medical Center campus, East Tennessee State University,
Johnson City, TN
Sponsored by: The Department of Family Medicine and the Academic
Center for Health Sciences at East Tennessee State University
Call for Abstracts
The Planning Committee invites proposals for presentations at the
conference. A wide range of primary care, prevention, and
translational theory to action proposals will be considered.
Abstracts must be no longer than 300 words and must include the
following headings: Background, Objective, Methods, Results,
Conclusion, and Clinical/Community Implications. Both paper and
poster presentation formats will be accepted.
Submit an abstract
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2011
For more information on the conference or to register:
or phone 423-439-8027
There is no charge for this conference, however
pre-registration is required.