The 2022 Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health (MI-AIMH) Biennial Virtual Conference will take a closer look at the role of connection in the context of advancing our relationship-based work. We invite you to join us in this reflective experience, as we deepen our understanding of the healing power of connection; connection to ourselves, each other, systems and the infants, young children and families we support.
Student Poster Submissions
Student Posters are invited that address the multiple needs of infants, young children and their families within the context of their relationships and with a particular emphasis on families affected by poverty, structural inequities, and oppression. Student Posters are invited that highlight the application of infant mental health principles in multiple disciplines such as social work, psychology, counseling, pediatric health professions, early childhood care and education, speech and language and child welfare.
Steps to Submit a Student Poster
- Read carefully through the Student Poster Guidelines and Expectations document: Student-Posters-Guidelines
- Student Poster Authors will need to complete the Conference Student Poster Application online, link here: https://mi-aimh.org/2022-conference-student-posters/
→TIP – wait to start your online application submission until you have gathered all of the information needed. Once you start the online process – you have 30 days to complete and “submit.” After 30 days, your information will be automatically deleted and the link will no longer be valid.
- Student Poster Applications must be fully completed and submitted online by October 7, 2021!
- The Student Poster Committee will be making decisions and notify student authors in December 2021.