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Key DatesIn order for us to prepare well in advance we have identified the following key dates relating specifically to the call for abstracts and the review process:
|Abstract submission Deadline:||31st March 2015|
|Late break abstract submission Deadline:||1st June 2015|
|Notification on abstract outcome:||15th May 2015|
Submitting your abstractOnce registered, you will be able to login to the website to submit abstracts for the conference.
A rule of 2 applies. Every registered delegate may be the presenting author on 2 abstracts only. There are no restrictions on numbers of abstracts that a delegate can appear as an author.
Two types of abstracts are possible. Research based abstracts describes empirical studies (qualitatave or quantitative). Issue based abstracts describe problems or lessons learned from programme development or implementation or policy issues.
- Abstracts must be submitted in English.
- Please do not use all upper case capitals except for 'proper nouns'.
- Do not capitalize each word in the title.
- Abstracts must not have been published or presented previously.
- A rule of two first authored abstracts per delegate operates (delegates can be co-authors on multiple abstracts).
- Abstracts should be no longer than 500 words.
Option 1: Abstracts based on Formal Research Work:Study Objectives (hypothesis or a description of the problem);
Method; Results (specific results in a summarised form with appropriate statistical / qualitative analysis);
Discussion (brief comments, conclusions and implications).
Option 2: Abstracts describing work other than Formal Research:Issues:(A short statement of the issue or issues that the abstract addresses);
Project (a brief description of the project, program, experience, service or study and its results and findings);
Lessons learned (a summary of the lessons learned and their implications.)