Virtual posters will be presented during two poster sessions:

  • Poster Session I: Monday March 8 from 12:15-1:00 pm PST
  • Poster Session II: Monday March 9 from 12:15-1:00 pm PST

Presenters will share their posters in breakout rooms in a Zoom meeting, and conference attendees will be able to move between breakout rooms to view posters and interact with presenters. We will also put posters on this website for conference participants to view at a time convenient for them.

How should I design my virtual poster?

The traditional academic poster design should be modified for on-screen viewing. We suggest that your poster should be landscape orientation and that the order in which you recommend readers go through your poster should be very clear when the reader is fully zoomed out. You may want to simplify the version you present live in you poster session, to make sure that it is readable on small screens.

Using Zoom breakout rooms

Ensure you are using zoom on a desktop or laptop, not a phone, so that you can move between zoom breakout rooms easily. Self-select breakout rooms will only function in the newest versions of Zoom:

Poster Session I

  1. Integration through team-based primary care: An analysis of policy in British Columbia | Alexandra Lukey, UBC Okanagan
  2. Palliative Care Practices in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic | Cameron Lindsay, Innovation Support Unit, UBC Department of Family Practice
  3. How to tell if primary care transformation is working: Capacity and Access Measures in Primary Care (CAMP) | Ian R. Cooper, University of British Columbia, Department of Family Practice, Innovation Support Unit
  4. Accountable Care Unit Components and Attributable Healthcare Outcomes: An Integrative Review | Ivan Aldrich Urcia, University of Saskatchewan
  5. Improving systems of care for people with complex concurrent disorders in British Columbia: Preliminary findings from a qualitative study | Jackson P. Loyal, Centre for Applied Research in Mental Health and Addictions, Simon Fraser University
  6. Use of Policy Lab Methodology in Canada to support the Safe Reintegration of Essential Care Partners During COVID-19 | Jan Byrd, Canadian Patient Safety Institute/Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
  7. Strategies for working across Canadian practice-based research and learning networks in primary care: Focus on frailty | Manpreet Thandi, Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, University of British Columbia
  8. Evaluating the appropriateness of antibiotic prescriptions for patients with suspected UTIs in primary care using EMR data | Shanika Rajapakshe, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine – Island Medical Program
  9. Ethnic minorities’ satisfaction among mental health services in Metro Vancouver | Shawna Narayan, Department of Psychiatry, UBC
  10. BC-PHCRN Accomplishments | Veena Mudaliar, UBC

Poster Session II

  1. Analysis of First-Wave COVID-19 Case and Contact Conversational Data in Rwanda Captured by WelTel, an mHealth Virtual Care Tool | Alison Muller, University of British Columbia
  2. Does the minimal important difference of the SNOT-22 differ based on sex, age, or baseline health for operatively-treated chronic rhinosinusitis patients? | Carmela Melina Albanese, Centre for Health Services and Policy Research (CHSPR)
  3. Organizational Factors associated with Team Functioning in Primary Care Settings in Canada: A Practice-Based Cross-Sectional Survey | Innocent Ndateba, School of Nursing and Centre for Health Services and Policy Research-University of British Columbia
  4. Exploring the Health Care Experiences of Caregivers of Children with Behaviour-Related Disorders | Naythrah Thevathasan, Social Pediatrics Horizon Health Network
  5. Evaluation of the Implementation Process of the Mobile Health Platform ‘WelTel’ in Six Sites in East Africa and Canada Using the Modified Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (mCFIR) | Samia El Joueidi, The University of British Columbia
  6. Patient and System-Level Factors Associated with Alternate Level of Care in BC | Seles Yung, CHSPR, SPPH
  7. Perspectives of university students on the use of symptom checkers for self-assessing COVID-19-related symptoms | Stephanie Aboueid, University of Waterloo
  8. Remote Learning with Educational Groups: Implementation Experience with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in the Northeast of Brazil | Thais Monteiro de Lucena, Federal University of Pernambuco
  9. Exploring engagement with risk associated alternative healthcare: Results from a pilot web survey validating selected psychometric tools | Xuyan Tang, University of British Columbia