The School of Public Health Research Day follows the judging guidelines set forth by APHA and Delta Omega for its national poster competition. If you are interested in being a judge for Research Day 2024 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Each student abstract and poster presentation will be rated in the following categories:
TOPIC PROMINENCE: Illustrates the importance to public health.
PRESENTATION OBJECTIVES: The audience “Learning Objectives” are realistic and clear; and the subject’s objectives are clear and measurable.
PURPOSE: Subject of proposed topic is clear and of high quality.
PRACTICE IMPACT: Provides evidence that academia and practice were necessary for results; and supports and improves the science of public health practice (cites appropriate methods, data, and measurable conclusions).
ACADEMIC IMPACT: Topic is significant to the domain to public health academia; imparts
scholarship to advance academia’s mission to improve education and policies for practitioners, researchers, and teachers. Provides evidence of supporting philosophy, theory, and data.
ORIGINALITY: Demonstrates originality and innovation.
TONE: Indicates a working knowledge of operations (e.g., development, challenges, infrastructure, etc.) toward improving public health education, training, or services.
OVERALL: Well written, concise, and effectively outlines and communicates abstract scope,
context, and rationale.