Your title should be large enough to
read easily, but not so large that you
do not have space for the other
important sections of the poster
• Your abstract is a shorter version of the final
– Problem Statement
• Introduce the medical problem
– Explain the problem
– Who is affected by the problem?
– If possible, include the number of people affected
• Define important terms, scientific and medical
language that is in your project
• Explain any work, research, or innovative
ideas that have been already completed
• Explain why you are using specific materials
Engineering Goal and
• What is the goal for your project?
– What do you hope to achieve?
– How do you plan to achieve this?
• What are the constraints (limits)?
• List the materials used
• What did you do?
– Describe in detail how you created your prototype
– How did you test it?
– Add any other information regarding the
procedure that you used
• Include tables, graphs, photographs, figures
• Remember to use the appropriate SI units (for
example, m for meter)
• What can you conclude based on your work?
– Did the data support or refute your idea?
• Did you encounter any problems?
– If so, how did you solve them?
• What future work should be done on the
• List people that helped you
• List literature sources that helped you