Poster Sessions: Posters should give an overall description of completed research or research in progress. Poster sessions offer an ideal format for presenters to receive feedback on their research ideas. For poster presentations, provide a summary (300-word maximum) of the study, including: rationale, method, data analysis, results, and discussion. For research proposals and research in progress, provide the rationale, method, anticipated results, and the anticipated date of completion.
Paper Presentations (45 minutes): Oral presentations should focus on presenting theory, practice or research related to the conference theme. The format will be lecture-style followed by a question and answer session with the audience. Similar presentations can be grouped together into one panel discussion by the conference planning committee, and you will be notified of your co-presenters shortly after your presentation is accepted. Provide a 300-word summary of the theoretical or empirical topic that you will discuss and provide an outline of your plan for discussion.
Clinical workshops (1.5 hours): Clinical workshops should focus on hands-on clinical skill building. The format will be participatory and interactive with the audience. In addition to a 300-word summary, provide a 100-word description of your workshop structure, including summaries of experiential activities (if any).
Panel discussion (1.5 hours): Panel discussions will comprise 4-5 papers on a similar topic. You may choose this format if you already have a group. If not, the conference committee will form the group from accepted paper presentations and notify participants. Provide a 300-word summary of the topic that you will discuss and outline of your plan for discussion.