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AAPA 2022 ePoster & Research in Action Submission

Call for Research Proposals

Showcase your original research at AAPA 2022 at the ePosters Meet the Author sessions or Research in Action podium series. 

DEADLINES
The portal will open for submissions on December 2, 2021.

For consideration for presentation, the deadline is EXTENDED TO January 16, 2022 at midnight EST. 

SUBMISSION SUPPORT
AAPA 2022 Research Guidelines
Everything you want to know about submitting to AAPA 2022 and then some!
 
Questions? Email us at [email protected]

AAPA 2022 RESEARCH THEMES
We are looking for presentation proposals related to the following themes. Topics for consideration include, but are not limited to…

Mental Health
Mental health is a crisis in the US. Research may illustrate how PAs are caring for patients' mental health needs or even how PAs are caring for their own mental health needs.

Well-Being and Burnout
We are looking for research that highlights well-being, whether it is the well-being of PAs and PA students or the well-being of your patients. Well-being includes research related to mental health treatment, breaking stigmas, reducing burnout, measuring COVID-19 related stress, and more.

Pandemic
Research in this area may address the role PAs play in managing the COVID-19 pandemic, changes to their well-being including burnout and employment; how did PA programs pivot to the rapidly changing educational environment and how did students handle the changes?

PA Value and Impact
Research in this area may address the role PAs play in providing quality healthcare, improve patient satisfaction, or increase access to care; it may also address public awareness or perceptions of PAs; PA utilization as it relates to the cost effectiveness, or medical liabilities, of healthcare.

Understanding the PA Workforce
Research in this area may address issues of diversity with the profession; PA specialization trends; the ability for PAs to have career flexibility; workforce projections; or how national and state practice barriers are impacting PAs.

PA Role and Practice
Research in this area may address the reach of the PA profession; PAs roles on, as well as the dynamics of, medical teams; innovations into the expanded roles of PAs; and how legislation and systems influence the way PAs practice.
1. What is your name and email?  *This question is required.We need this information in order to send you a reminder to complete your submission, in case you need more than one session to complete the submission and to assist if you have issues.
2. Which gallery is this proposal for? *This question is required.Please review the poster submission guidelines to ensure that you are submitting your proposal under the correct heading. 

If you are working with a medical education firm, are working on a clinical trial for a pharmaceutical company, or your work is sponsored by a pharmaceutical or technology organization, please select sponsored ePosters. We will need to learn a little more about your project and will follow up with the corresponding author.
3. Which of the following apply to your submission? *This question is required.If you are not part of an APPAP approved Fellowship as a participant select "No" for "Research conducted by a PA in an APPAP approved postgraduate training program. This category does not include any work related to a professional doctorate or any other advanced degrees. 

If your work does not relate to an APPAP approved Fellowship or one that is in development, select "No" for "Research conducted about postgraduate training program". This category does not include any work related to a professional doctorate or any other advanced degrees. 
Space Cell Yes, this appliesNo, this does not apply
Research conducted by students
Research conducted by PA in an APPAP-approved postgraduate training program
Encore presentation (presented previously)
Research conducted about postgraduate PA training
This category does not include any work related to a professional doctorate or any other advanced degrees.