ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL DECEMBER 21, 2018
Share results from an ongoing or completed research project, describe a new community program, examine a service or policy, present an approach to education or outreach, or discuss a research proposal.
Oral presentations are structured to support dialogue and interaction. Presenters speak for 5 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for Q&A.
A computer with a projector will be available in each room. Presenters wishing to use slides should bring their power point (.pptx) on a memory stick. Details will be provided in the abstract acceptance letter.
Share results from an ongoing or completed research project, describe a new community program, examine a service or policy, present an approach to education or outreach, or discuss a research proposal. Posters will be presented during a dedicated poster and networking session at the conference. This is an opportunity to provide a visual synthesis of your work. Posters may be sized to maximum dimensions of 34-inch (width) x 46-inch (height) in portrait orientation.
Suggestions or content that does not fit neatly into any of the above options must be discussed in advance with the Scientific Committee co-chair, Ashlee Cunsolo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Incomplete abstracts or those submitted after the deadline will not be considered. Only abstracts submitted by email will be eligible.
Deadline: All abstracts must be written in English and submitted by email no later than December 1, 2018. NEW DEADLINE: DECEMBER 21, 2018
Send to: email@example.com
Notification: Early January, 2019
To assess eligibility and be included in the Conference Proceedings, please bear in mind the following:
- Abstracts are limited to one page (300 words max.) not including title, author names and affiliations, keywords, or format;
- The name of the presenting author should be asterisked (*). The presenting author must register for the conference;
- All co-authors and primary affiliations should be listed;
- References, graphs, or illustrations may NOT be submitted as part of the abstract;
- Abstracts must be submitted in a Word document (.doc or .docx)and structured using the subheadings noted below;
- Authors may state a preferred presentation format, but these cannot be guaranteed;
- The scientific committee may offer a poster presentation in lieu of an oral presentation;
- Authors must disclose any conflicts of interest in the abstract;
- Submitting authors must accept responsibility for the content of the abstract;
- Please carefully proof read and confirm co-authorship prior to submission.
ORAL and POSTER Presentations Structure (300 words maximum)
- Contact information (email, phone number, Twitter handle)
- Presentation format preference (oral – standard format, oral – rapid fire, or poster)
- Methods (if applicable)
- Results (if applicable)
- Discussion & Outcomes