Student Programming

All Together Better Health VII welcomes student participation in the conference proceedings. To help students navigate the conference, develop presentation skills and network with colleagues, we have created student-focused programming:

Friday, June 6

7:30-8:45am Student welcome reception and mentor meet-and-greet, Alumni Hall 5th Floor
4:00-5:00pm Student poster session, Alumni Hall 1st Floor Connolly Ballroom

Saturday, June 7


11:00am-12:30pm Student-led session: Interprofessionalism and Quality Improvement in Rural Care, Alumni Hall Room 528
3:30pm Student social outing – Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game


Student Mentoring

Health professions students from the US and abroad have registered for All Together Better Health VII. Please volunteer to be matched with a student attendee and to serve as his or her meeting mentor. This personal connection, your advice on making the most of the conference, and your general guidance on opportunities within the field of interprofessional education and practice will help ensure that the student’s experience is a positive one. No advance preparation is required. Click here for more information.


Student Housing

Students and residents are eligible for student housing at Pitt’s brand new Ruskin Hall for $30/night.


Student Poster Presentations

Available to students, graduate students, residents and new practitioners

Presenting a poster at ATBH VII is a noteworthy way to share your expertise in a specific area and build your credentials while strengthening interprofessional practice. Below are the essential instructions to help you prepare your poster for your presentation at ATBH VII Conference. All student posters will be eligible for “Best Student Poster” and a cash prize of $150.

Abstracts due January 10, 2014

Poster themes: Focus on Innovative Interprofessional Practice, Education and Team Based Care

  • New models of team-based care delivery,
  • Reimbursement and the economics,
  • Educating health care providers of the future,
  • Educating teams in practice,
  • Technology applications,
  • Legal and policy environment,
  • Models, measurement, and evaluation.

Posters may include completed investigations, work in progress, or innovative visions for future collaborative practice or interprofessional education.

Abstract format: In 300 words or less, please describe the background, objectives, methods, results and implications of your proposed presentation.

Author information: In 75 words or less per author, please provide relevant biographical information on up to three authors/presenters.


  • Students may be from any healthcare setting in the U.S. or internationally. New practitioners may be graduates from 2009—2014.
  • At least one of the posters’ authors must register for ATBH VII conference and be physically present during the conference to present the poster.
  • Encore presentations are welcome, especially those from national or international meetings.
  • Submit your abstract by January 10, 2014 through the ATBH VII EasyChair process.
  • ATBH VII is an English language conference-please provide all abstracts in English.


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