Call for abstracts for the TQIP annual conference
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2022 TQIP Call for Abstracts. All abstracts received will be reviewed and considered for poster presentation at the TQIP Annual Conference, December 11-13, 2022 in Phoenix. , AZ. We can select certain abstracts to be developed as case studies or oral presentation during the conference. Any abstract selected for oral presentation must have the author present in person at the conference.
This is your chance to share with other TQIP centers all the interesting initiatives you have implemented in your hospital. We want to know what internal performance improvement efforts you have engaged in and how you have used TQIP in your center. Registry staff are strongly encouraged to showcase any data quality initiatives you have implemented that have made a difference in your centers. You can submit abstracts on any quality improvement topic, but we specifically invite abstracts on the following topics:
- Change management
- Bleeding control
- Injury Prevention
- Orthopedic care in traumatology
- Performance improvement
- Data registry and validation
- Trauma Systems/Collaboratives
- Rural Triage, Transfer and Trauma Centers
- Trauma Check
- Trauma Survival
- Leadership Promoting well-being: Caring for your team to better care for patients
“Leadership for Wellness: Caring for Your Team to Better Care for Patients” is the theme for TQIP’s 2022 Annual Conference and you’ll see we’ve added it as a new category to the list of submission topics. summaries. Along with all the other great work you do at your center, we encourage you to share how you have used various tools and techniques to promote wellness within your team to improve patient care.
Abstracts can be chosen for oral presentation, poster presentation, or development as a case study. Decisions will be made based on the topic, the strength of the PI process, including closing the loop, and the use and strength of the data. Those who had posters and presentations last year are encouraged to resubmit them with additional outcome data or close the loop.
Your abstract should answer the following questions:
- What is the problem or challenge you have identified?
- Describe the intervention you developed or the change you implemented to solve the problem.
- How did you measure the effects of the change?
- How did you support the change?
We look forward to all the interesting abstracts you submit and the fascinating posters they will become.
- No more than 3 abstracts can be submitted per author.
- Individuals should not be listed as co-authors on more than 3 abstracts.
- Bidders must be employed at a TQIP facility currently enrolled or in process.
How to submit your abstract
To submit your abstract, you will need to create a user account profile on the abstract submission site. Once submitted, you can revise or edit your submission before the deadline by logging into the abstract submission site using your existing login ID and access key. Those who submitted an abstract in 2021 may need to create a new user account for 2022.
Submit or revise your abstract
The submission deadline is 11:59 p.m. (Central Time) on June 30, 2022. Abstracts will not be accepted or reviewed after the deadline, including modifications, deletions, or additions to the order of authors. Be sure to include adequate information and objective data, so that your abstract can be properly evaluated.
Notification of acceptance of abstracts will be sent in September 2022. All committee decisions are final. Final instructions for poster presenters will be available upon notification. If your abstract is selected for oral presentation or case study, TQIP staff will contact you with further details.
We look forward to your participation in the TQIP annual conference and thank you for your submission! If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]
May 16, 2022 – Opening of the call for abstracts
June 30, 2022 – Abstract submission deadline (11:59 p.m. CT)
September 2022 – Selection notifications sent to applicants