Abstract submission form

Abstract Submission Form


Contact Information (main presenter/s)


Audio-Visual Requirements

Proposed Format of Presentation

If your proposed format cannot be accommodated within the programme,we will contact you to discuss an alternative format.

Oral presentations are normally 20 minutes in length including Q & A. There are limited places for short paper presentations – they are reserved for academics/researchers

Psychology Snippets are 10 mins with a maximum of 20 slides. All student presentations need to be presented in this format

Mini-workshops are 1-2 hrs in length - please indicate length in the abstract.

Please check the guidelines for more information.



Abstract Format

Please type into the space provided below.

As a general guideline:

  • abstracts for Research papers must include background, aims, methods, results, and conclusions;
  • abstracts for Theoretical Issues/Professional topics must include background, aims, main contributions, and conclusions;
  • abstracts for mini-workshops must include an outline of the topic, sufficient detail to inform and encourage participation, and questions for discussion.
  • identify the type of data your presentation will be based on - theory/literature review only, research project and/or clinical case presentation
  • identify the population that the study pertains to - is it about adults, children, particular groups such as young people or elderly?
  • identify who do you think your talk presentation will appeal to
  • ensure sufficient detail for the Academic Review Committee to understand the substance and nature of your submission.


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