'TRI' is pronounced “tree” and represents the acronym for Technology, Research, and Innovation, as well as our recognition of the Trinity and Jesus as a tree of life vital to our lives as Christians, providing inspiration and excellence for our scholarly work.

I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. John 15:5 NIV

Technology, Research, Innovation (TRI) ePoster Session

Don’t miss this great opportunity!

● Practice your presentation skills
● Network, receive & share thoughtful feedback
● Celebrate you and all of your hard work!

Submissions to be announced soon.

Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words.

Vignette abstracts should follow the structure of Introduction, Case Description, and Discussion, and should have these three sections clearly labeled and in bold.

Research abstracts should follow the structure of Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusion, and should have these four sections clearly labeled and in bold.


Share your academic work in traditional excellent basic science, clinical/outcomes research, quality improvement projects, innovations, missions, and more!

  • Prize/award for our first place winner among students or other trainees
  • All trainees and faculty are eligible for honorable mention certificates
  • No need to print out a poster or worry about transporting it to the conference
  • Each presenter will have time and a captive audience dedicated to your presentation

The WPC TRI (Technology, Research, and Innovation) ePoster Session is an opportunity for undergraduate students, health professional students, residents/ fellows, and attendings to showcase their research/vignette live in person at the annual WPC Conference.

Questions? Please click here for our FAQ document!

Poster & Oral Presentation Instructions

  • If your abstract is accepted, both an electronic poster and a powerpoint presentation will need to be prepared for each abstract, and should be submitted to by date- to be announced.
  • The ePoster will be made available online for conference attendees to peruse throughout the conference.
  • The powerpoint presentation will be reviewed by the ePoster session planning committee, and you may be provided with helpful feedback for improvement prior to your live presentation. You will use the PPT slides to present your work live at the conference in person. Please prepare a five (5)-minute oral summary that you will present live to session attendees during your designated time at the conference. There will be additional time for questions at the end of your presentation, and also towards the end of the entire session.


Poster Preparation

Digital posters may be 3' x 4' (vertical template), 4' x 3' (horizontal template), or 4' x 4' (square template). Please submit your digital poster for upload to the conference webpage by September 1, 2021.


Oral Presentation

Please also prepare a five (5) minute PowerPoint presentation (PPT template WITH TIPS) for live oral presentation during the conference. Please also submit your slides for review by September 1, 2021; these will not be posted online.


Please email
with any questions or concerns.