Public Health Research Day

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Public Health Research Day Virtual Poster Session

Wednesday April 7, 2021
1:30 - 3:30 pm

Public Health Research Day is an annual conference hosted by Brown University’s School of Public Health highlighting the research accomplishments of our students, trainees, and partners. All members of the Brown community are invited to visit the virtual poster session to learn more about Brown students' high-impact public health work. 

This year’s poster session will be hosted virtually on our website. Participants will have the opportunity to present their posters live via Zoom to guests and judges who can drop in and out of presentations as they would at a live poster session.

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Posters will be reviewed by a panel of judges. Prizes will be awarded for posters judged to be the best in the following categories:

  • undergraduate student
  • master’s student
  • doctoral student

Join us for Public Health Research Day!

Detailed instructions for all participants:

Overview:

There are two parts to Public Health Research Day:

  • A static website of high resolution posters which lasts all day, and ...
  • Three zoom-based poster sessions which are active between 1:30 and 3:30.

Training/orientations:

For those who missed the trainings/orientations, here is the link to the recorded session:

Training/orientation session

Before April 7:

For the best experience, please update your Zoom software to the current version prior to joining the session.

Instructions for April 7:

  • The link for the virtual poster session will go live in the morning.
  • Starting at 1:10 pm Wednesday, April 7, enter the waiting room of a Zoom meeting:
  • A Media Services staff member will admit you from the waiting room and promote you to a co-host.
  • After being made a co-host, you will move to your assigned breakout room. This will be your personal poster session.
  • In that breakout room, you will be able to share your screen and record your session. The session will not be recorded otherwise, so if you would like to review/share your presentation, be sure to record it on your computer.
  • At 1:30 pm, the event will open to all attendees, including judges.
  • Attendees will move between breakout rooms.
  • The session will end at 3:30 pm. You will receive a push notification from Media Services.
  • You may return to the poster website anytime during the day.

Contact Elizabeth Mellen and Barbara Dailey if you have any questions.

Visit the Public Health Research Day site

Overview:

There are two parts to Public Health Research Day:

  • A static website of high resolution posters which lasts all day, and ...
  • Three zoom-based poster sessions which are active between 1:30 and 3:30.

Training/orientations:

For those who missed the trainings/orientations, here is the link to the recorded session:

Training/orientation session

Before April 7:

For the best experience, please update your Zoom software to the current version prior to joining the session.

Instructions for April 7:

  • The link for the virtual poster session will go live in the morning.
  • At 1:30 pm, the event will open to all attendees and judges (Poster presenters will have already entered and set-up their individual breakout rooms, which will be grouped by level of presenter).
  • Starting at 1:30 PM, you will enter the waiting room of a Zoom meeting:
  • Upon entering the meeting, you will be given instructions from the Media Services staff on joining poster sessions via individual breakout rooms..
  • Attendees will move between breakout rooms. Judges will go to the breakout rooms for the posters they have been assigned to judge (this information will be sent to you on Monday, April 5).
  • When you have completed your assigned poster judging, you will then be able to visit other posters of interest.
  • The session will end at 3:30 pm. You will receive a push notification from Media Services.
  • You may return to the poster website anytime during the day.

Contact Elizabeth Mellen and Barbara Dailey if you have any questions.

Visit the Public Health Research Day site

Overview:

There are two parts to Public Health Research Day:

  • A static website of high resolution posters which lasts all day, and ...
  • Three zoom-based poster sessions which are active between 1:30 and 3:30.

Before April 7:

For the best experience, please update your Zoom software to the current version prior to joining the session.

Instructions for April 7:

  • The link for the poster website will go live in the morning and will be available all day.
  • Guests will be asked to login with their Brown ID, and are encouraged to leave comments on individual posters.
  • At 1:30 pm, the zoom event will open to all attendees and guests. You will enter the waiting room of a Zoom meeting.
  • Upon entering the meeting, you will be given instructions from the Media Services staff on joining poster sessions via individual breakout rooms.
  • Attendees may move between breakout rooms and visit any posters of interest.
  • The session will end at 3:30 pm. You will receive a push notification from Media Services.
  • You may return to the poster website anytime during the day.

Contact Elizabeth Mellen and Barbara Dailey if you have any questions.

Visit the Public Health Research Day site