Submit a Research Poster

Research Posters are a visual way to present research findings at a scientific or professional meeting.

The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) is pleased to assist the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) with a yearly MTF Poster Session at AMTA National Convention. 2024 marks 25 years of MTF Poster Session!

Posters are an important way for massage therapists and researchers to share their expertise with other members of the profession. MTF encourages participation in this event to create a forum for informal discussion of research, and to provide attendees with the opportunity to learn how research impacts the profession. Poster Sessions provide a showcase to share massage therapy research with over 1,000 expected convention attendees.

MTF Poster Sessions include posters from three categories: original research, programmatic evaluation, and clinical case presentations. Posters should include research findings, photographs, charts and diagrams, and be accompanied by an abstract. Share you work and help inform and inspire other massage therapists!

2024 Poster Abstract Submissions Now Open

The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) is pleased to assist the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) with the 24th annual MTF Poster Session at 2024 AMTA National Convention in Tampa, Florida, from September 12-14, 2024. We invite you to submit a poster for consideration to be part of this important event.

View the 2024 Call for Posters Instructions

View the 2024 Signature-Form

Submission deadline EXTENDED to July 1,2024, at 11:.59pm CST


Poster Resources:

View Research Posters from Past MTF Poster Sessions

View Past Abstracts

Case reports make excellent research posters! Part four of our 5-part Case Report Webinar Series focuses specifically on making a case report into a poster presentation.

Watch the short video below where Michael Hamm, Jerrilyn Cambron, and Kim Goral discuss MTF Poster Sessions and what makes a good research poster:

For additional information please contact:
Geri Anne Nelson, Program Manager, at or 847-905-1667