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14th Annual Evidence-Based Practice Poster Day Goes Virtual (4/29/20)

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Dean Gail C. McCain cordially invites you to:

14th Annual Evidence-Based Practice Poster Day

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 to Friday, May 8, 2020

Hosted on CUNY Academic Commons

Free: No advance registration required


This annual spring conference provides an excellent opportunity for students and faculty from Nursing, Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology, Physical Therapy, and Medical Laboratory Sciences to showcase their work and developments in clinical practice and health-related research. In light of social distancing measures in New York and beyond during the COVID-19 outbreak, the conference has gone virtual for the first time in its history. The conference will open to all visitors on Wednesday, April 29. Our keynote presentation will be posted as a video to view at your own pace, featuring a live Q&A session with our invited speaker later in the day (details). Conference posters each have a dedicated Comments area for questions and discussion, which will remain open through May 8.


Poster Presentations

This year, we are proud to feature the work of over 50 presenting students and colleagues from nursing, physical therapy, speech-language pathology and audiology, and other health professions. Presentations will remain open for an extended period of 10 days, April 29 – May 8, to facilitate discussion between presenters and visitors. On May 6, we will announce the winners of our poster awards.



Storytelling for Community Engagement & Health Promotion
Christel Hyden, EdD

In her interactive presentation featuring her original art and graphic novels, Hunter alumna Dr. Christel Hyden will detail the creation and evolution of projects that use visual storytelling and multimedia for health promotion among at-risk communities, including recent materials addressing the COVID-19 crisis.

Please join us for a live Q&A session with Dr. Hyden on April 29, 5:00 PM EDT. See our Keynote page for details and to sign up to receive a link to the live session before it begins.

Sign Up for Reminders

Join our mailing list to receive a reminder and a link to attend our live Keynote Q&A session scheduled for Wednesday, April 29 at 5:00 PM EDT.


Photos and Abstract Books of past events


For questions about this event, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Cohn at

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