Abstract submissions for ANZAED 2022 Sydney Conference will open in November 2021.
- Abstract submissions for Posters, Oral papers and Workshops
- Workshop submissions deadline - Wednesday 30 March 2022 (outcomes will be notified by Thursday 5 May)
- Oral & Poster submissions deadline - Wednesday 6 April 2022 (outcomes will be notified by Thursday 12 May)
If you have not received a response to your application by the relevant dates, contact email@example.com. It is the responsibility of the abstract submitter to notify ANZAED in the unlikely event that your application was not received.
Instructions & conditions:
Abstracts are limited to 250 words and must provide a succinct overview of your presentation. Please provide the names of all contributors/co-authors and their affiliations. Define all abbreviations and concepts in your abstract at first use.
Abstracts should represent original work. This does not preclude the use of data that has been previously submitted, however, some aspect of the abstract should be unique.
It is the presenters' responsibility to ensure that any research, dissemination of findings, and presentations adhere to ethical standards (e.g., does not include identifying information of any participant or client)
Note that the Abstract becomes the copyright of ANZAED, and will appear in the Conference Program in written &/or electronic form, on the conference website and/or in any conference proceedings or related publications. The presentation may also be videotaped for dissemination by ANZAED for free or at cost, unless expressly refused by the presenter/s.
Please ensure the following before submitting an abstract:
The following areas will be considered by reviewers when scoring your abstract submissions:
Note: Presenting authors for Oral, Poster and Workshop presentations are required to register for the conference and pay the full/applicable fee. Presenting authors should be listed in the "Presenter Details" section of the submission form.
Tips for writing a good abstract
See these tips by Phillipa Hay & Lois Surgenor
Oral presentations should be of 15 minutes duration (10-12 minute presentations & 3-5 minute discussion). Depending on submission numbers, presentations may be shortened to 10 minutes. Presenters will be advised of this upon acceptance.
Presentations will be concurrent sessions and grouped together around broad themes:
Papers not selected for oral presentation may be offered the option of a poster presentation instead.
Workshops will have a substantial practical element. They are usually clinical in focus, but research based workshops will be considered if they focus on research methodology.
They will have an interactive format to facilitate active learning, such as discussion, activities, small group role plays. They must include practical material such as "how to" guides and vignettes.
Workshops will be 90 minute duration including a minimum of 30 minutes of activity and discussion.
In your submission please add information about the proposed format, including activities (including time allocated) and roles of each presenter (maximum of 3).
All posters should be no larger than Standard ISO A0 size (841mm x 1189mm). The poster will be mounted on VERTICALLY ASSIGNED boards.