professional poster. Posters are visual tools that provide a clear, organized description of a research topic. The poster should follow the IMRD format. Introduction
- Identify the significance of the research topic.
- Describe how, when, and where data was obtained.
- Identify the databases and the key terms used for obtaining articles.
- Include search limitations (peer reviewed, timeframe)
- Summarize the statistical data from journal articles.
- Interpret the meaning of the results
- Include any unexpected results
- Discuss the relevance of the data in relation to the PICO question.
Other pertinent headings include
- Use the PICO question developed
P: Patients who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes
I: Daily exercise regimen
C: No exercise regimen
O: Lower blood glucose levels
Definition of Terms
- Define any acronyms used on the poster in this section.
Application to Practice
- Specify how practice procedures should change based on the data. What best practices are indicated?
- Include a separate word document for the complete reference list.
- Use superscript in lieu of intext citations.
- “Reference list available upon request” is appropriate on the poster to save space
- Use an easy-to-read font such as Times New Romans.
- Include pictures (max of 3) to support your points.
- Use bullet points to organize poster sections
examples and template is attaches below