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1. At a minimum, EBP/research posters should include the following sections:
1.Title, Student Name, Widener University
2. Abstract (150-250 words max)
3. Introduction / Background (Keep it brief!)
4. Clinical Issue: Identify clinical issue, significance & and PICO(T) question
5. Search Process: brief – databases & keywords used
6. Critical Appraisal of Evidence: brief! Identify and synthesize key findings from 3 research articles related to your topic (and PICO(T) question) that have been critically appraised and evaluated for a potential change in nursing practice (* articles must be from peer-reviewed journals & ideally published within the past 5-7 years [unless it is a seminal work on the topic]).
7. Summary of Practice Recommendations: summarize the key practice changes that are recommended based on your findings.
8. Conclusion: Provide a few sentences concluding your topic & findings.
9. References: must be in APA format
2. Posters should be developed using an electronic scientific poster template. Free templates using PowerPoint can be found at MakeSigns.com (https://www.makesigns.com/SciPosters_Templates.aspx (Links to an external site.)). The typical poster size for conferences is 48×36 (landscape). The design/layout you select is up to you and should be appropriate for the information that you plan to present.
3. Tips for creating EBP posters:
Click on the attachment for more detail, examples and grading rubric.