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Courtesy Christian Surharlim. One of the most powerful pieces of knowledge shared at annual medical and scientific meetings is often not from the keynote presentation by a well-established luminary or a breakout education session featuring a panel of subject matter experts.

Instead, some of the most promising and exciting developments in scientific and medical fields can be found in the poster hall where presenters — often some of the youngest participants on the registration list — display and discuss their new research findings. That potential, though, is being wasted, according to Mike Morrison.

As a Ph. The average person is accustomed to reading short headlines and minimal copy on billboards to grasp a message, but posters — with lengthy headlines and massive blocks of copy — are a nightmare for digesting information. To learn more, he suggests including a QR code that links to more detailed information that attendees can review on their own time, away from the often-hectic conference environment. The video has attracted plenty of attention, amassing more thanviews. One of those viewers was Christian Suharlim, M.

Chan School of Public Health, who used to think that posters could better connect his peers and help inform colleagues of the work they were each doing.

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The timing was perfect. In addition to his work at Harvard, Suharlim is the director of public affairs at Immunization Economics, an online platform that aims to connect researchers from around the world who are tackling issues surrounding vaccinations for children.

He was in the midst of preparations to bring that online community together at the Immunization Economics iHEA pre-congress, an event in Basel, Switzerland that will include attendees from more than 75 countries from July The event will include a poster session with 40 pieces of research on everything from alternative financing models for vaccines to guidance on motivating mothers to vaccinate their children.

Suharlim pointed out that capturing the full power of posters is especially essential for this audience. We are trying to learn from each other as much as we could to ensure that vaccines get to children as efficiently as they can.

Suharlim asked all the presenters to use the new template, and he also invited Morrison to oversee the presentations as a lead advisor for the poster session. It will mark the first full conference rollout of the template, with 40 posters from more than 20 countries adopting the new de.

While the template is deed to simplify knowledge transfer, Suharlim acknowledged that the initial switch created one layer of complexities. And outside of technology, the human resistance to change still exists. We will be doing a more formal feedback process to gauge reactions, too.

David McMillin is an associate editor at Convene. Author: David McMillin. Christian Surharlim.

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