Our Wise Traditions conference is becoming the premier nutrition conference of the nation. Attendees travel from many areas of the U.S. and the world to obtain accurate and practical nutrition information. Our list of speakers includes many prominent researchers, writers and physicians and at least 25 percent of attendees are licensed health practitioners.
In order to expand our influence and acceptance by the health community, we’d like to focus this year on increasing our Poster Presentations. In years past we have had one or more at each conference, covering such topics as hospital food, the use of cod liver oil for treatment of skin diseases, and the use of fermented cod liver oil for raising vitamin D levels.
Both laymen and health professionals are encouraged to submit poster presentations this year. Possible subjects include pasture livestock management, soil improvement, school lunches, raw milk testing and teaching experiences. Practitioners could do poster presentations on one or more case histories involving traditional dietary therapy. Younger members might consider a science-fair type of project feeding raw and pasteurized milk to mice or rats.
If you are interested in submitting a poster presentation for Wise Traditions 2009, please use the application below and email it to email@example.com. Titles and abstracts must be received by October 15, 2009. If you have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sally Fallon Morell, President
The Weston A. Price Foundation
Weston A. Price Foundation
Wise Traditions 2009
Honoring the Sacred Foods
Abstract Submission Form
Deadline for Submission: Friday, October 19, 2009
Please submit application and any questions to: email@example.com
The Weston A. Price Foundation invites submission of abstracts from all health professionals on a broad range of topics relating food and nutrition to health demonstrating the integration of practice, education and scholarship. Specific topics include but are not limited to incorporating nutrition into your practice, results of nutritional interventions you have made with a specific patient population or patient teaching projects involving nutrition. All posters must represent your original work.
First Author Name and Title/Credentials:
Second Author Name and Title/Credentials:
Complete the following for first author only:
Poster Presentation: Abstracts selected for poster presentations will be displayed throughout the conference. Poster presentations should be self-contained tabletop displays. Please purchase tri-fold posters that stand upright on tables without additional support. Successful poster presentations include large posters will clear, colorful graphics and text clearly describing the methods, programs or practices pertaining to the theme of your presentation. Handouts describing your presentation, reference materials and your business card may be distributed. No other information including books or products for sale may be displayed or promoted in any way at your poster display.
Title of Poster:
Abstract (250 word limit):
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