The conference language is English and all abstracts and presentations must be made in English. Translation will not be provided.
An abstract must be submitted online for each proposed presentation.
The abstract will be reproduced in a poster booklet and made available on the partners’ website as submitted by the author. It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract.
Authors are requested to make their slide presentations available for publication on partners’ websites.
All abstracts submitted should reflect at least one of the conference themes.
Overarching theme of the conference:
Building an Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice culture: from policy to practice.
Subthemes• Policy as catalyst for interprofessional education and collaborative practice
• Evidence and best practice for IPECP
• Culture influencing interprofessional education and collaborative practice
• Breaking down professional silos for collaborative practice
• Open theme
All correspondence will be with the person who submits the abstract online, including notification of the outcome. This person is responsible for informing all authors of the status of the abstract.
Abstract authors are responsible for providing all copyright permissions for material included in their abstracts and presentations.
The scheduling of all presentations will be determined by the Conference Organising Committee to ensure best fit with the overall programme. Any requests for specific times will not be considered. Similar abstracts in related topic areas will be grouped together for presentation.
PowerPoint presentation will be the only resource available for platform presentations.
The presentation should include the same content and follow the same outline as that described in the abstract.
All decisions of the Conference Organising Committee are final.
Abstract submission must be made electronically HERE. All correspondence will be with the person who submits the abstract online. The form will have limited space for data entry. The available word count is indicated below.
Submissions should include the following:
Clearly describes the abstract.
Name of presenter and co-authors; organisation/institution, city, country, e-mail, telephone/WhatsApp, Skype name.
The context for the work.
The major reason for undertaking the work and any secondary objectives.
Principles, methods/approaches that were applied/involved.
Summary of the main findings.
What can be concluded from your work? What are the suggestions for future work?
The implications of your work and how will the results be translated into practice / management / education / policy.
Use up to three keywords to describe your work.
Please acknowledge all funding sources that supported your work. If the work was unfunded, please state this.
Please name the ethics committee that approved your work, where appropriate. If ethics approval was not required, or you do not have an ethics system in your country, please state this.
Preference for oral or poster presentation
The Scientific Committee may accept the abstract for presentation, in English, in one of the following formats:
The topic is delivered verbally, generally accompanied by visual information in the form of PowerPoint slides. The talks are 20 minutes in length.
In-conference workshops are 90 minutes in duration. Click here to read more about presenting a pre-conference workshop
The topic is delivered using brief written statements and graphic materials, such as charts, figures and photographs displayed on a poster board. Presenters have the opportunity to discuss their work with conference participants during designated times in the programme. The dimensions of the poster should be A0 paper size (portrait orientation) (841 x 1189 mm / 33.1 x 46.8 in).
Abstract authors may specify their preferred format. It should be noted that there is very limited time during the conference for oral presentations. Abstracts not selected for platform presentation will be offered the opportunity to present their work as a poster.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Organising Committee. The following principles will be used in selecting the abstracts for presentation.
- The abstract addresses at least one of the topics of the conference
- The content of the abstract is clear and logical
Consent, permissions and copyright
In submitting an abstract you must confirm that:
- You accept responsibility for the accuracy of the submitted abstract and understand that the content cannot be modified or corrected after the submission deadline and that it will be published exactly as submitted
- All co-authors are aware of and agree to the content of the abstract and support the data presented
- You accept responsibility as the contact person for all correspondence about the abstract and to share information with all authors about its status
- You have secured any copyright/permissions clearance required relating to any previous presentations, equipment or other material for inclusion in the conference and conference publications
- For all studies involving human participants or animal subjects, permission has been obtained from the relevant regulatory authority and properly informed consent given where appropriate
- The work is original, except for extracts from copyrighted works used with permission from the copyright holders, and that it does not infringe upon any copyright, proprietary, or personal right of any third party
- You have identified any potential conflicts of interest
When completing the online submission process the submitter will be asked to confirm that the presenting author has read and understood the general information and the requirements they are expected to fulfil.