- The limit for each abstract is one page.
- Abbreviations – full text on the first mention followed by an abbreviation of the first parenthesis
- Select one theme that best relates to your abstract, select your presentation preference (oral or poster)
- Keywords are to be included after your abstract
- Ensure all authors and affiliations are included
- Submit a short 100-word biography for the presenting author
- All author information should be shown on a separate first page entitled Bibliographical Information and should not be identified within the main body of the Abstract.
Submit a Structured Abstract, 250-300 words in length. A focus on conceptual approaches, practical applications, outcomes, and implications is encouraged. It should also highlight instructional goals and the proposed approach for stimulating audience participation.
Submit an A4 sized version of what you propose to display, based on a Structured Abstract.
In addition, the proposal should include:
- Author bibliographical information (provided on the first page and separate to the Abstract page): Author full name, affiliation, address, email and telephone contact, a brief statement of interests.
- A short description of the topic (up to 50 words). This will appear in the symposium programme to help delegates choose which presentations to attend.
Multiple proposals may be accepted, but in the interests of fairness, each proposal must have a separate registered author to present each topic.
Proposals should be sent via email and if accepted, participants will be invited to register as a presenter at the conference. Proposals will be reviewed for acceptance as they come, and so early submissions will receive priority.
Upon successful submission of your abstract, the submitter will receive a confirmation email containing the submitted abstract details. Please keep a record of these details. If you have any amendments or changes to your abstract post-submission, please email the revised abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org.