Abstract submission process

FROM THE MARGINS TO THE CENTRE:
CONTEMPORARY RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVES.

IARPP 14th ANNUAL CONFERENCESydney Australia 
25-28 May 2017

 

For the complete description and explanation of the Conference Theme, please go to: http://iarppsydney2017.com/call-for-papers 
On that webpage you will also find links to read the Introduction in Spanish and Italian

INVITATION TO SUBMIT
We invite proposals for individual papers and/or panels pertaining broadly to the conference theme “From the Margins to the Centre: Contemporary Relational Perspectives”. The link to submit your abstract is https://dcconferences.eventsair.com/iarpp2017/absub

Individual Papers: Abstract limit of 600 words PLUS a maximum 120 word statement of THREE Educational Objectives for each paper. (These statements must clearly describe what the learner will know or be able to do as a result of having attended your presentation. Learning objectives must be observable and measurable. e.g., list, describe, apply, analyze, assess, utilize, critique, etc.) These items (abstract & three educational objectives) should be on the same page as the abstract.

Panel Presentations: Abstract limit of 1200 words per TOTAL abstract (no more than 3 papers per panel presentation) PLUS a maximum 120 word statement of THREE Educational Objectives for each paper. (These statements must clearly describe what the learner will know or be able to do as a result of having attended your presentation. Learning objectives must be observable and measurable. e.g., list, describe, apply, analyze, assess, utilize, critique, etc.) These items (abstract & three educational objectives) should be on the same page as the abstract.

NOTE: No names should appear on your proposal submission as reviews are anonymous.

You will also be asked to provide a full Curriculum Vitae and Bio Sketch for each author. The Bio Sketch is not to exceed 200 words per author and will be submitted in a text box in the online form. The Curriculum Vitae/s should be prepared as a separate Word document and will need to be uploaded during the submission process.

IARPP 's policy permits the inclusion of only one individual presentation per person in the program and encourages the submission of original papers that were not previously presented in large meetings.

The Conference Committee may group individual papers that are accepted for presentation with other papers in any session.
FINAL PAPERS will only be requested upon the acceptance of your proposal for the conference. Final papers should be between 2000 and 3000 words and will be due by no later than 1 March 2017. All papers are to be submitted in English.

The deadline for receipt of proposal submissions is midnight AEST on Sunday 2 October 2016.

SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACT

To submit your abstract we require you to complete the online abstract submission form. You can access this form using the link at the end of this page. A confirmation email indicating a successful submission will be instantly sent to the email address you have specified.

You will be required to submit the presenting author’s contact details and details of your abstract (Abstract Title, Presenting Author, Preferred Presentation Type, etc). At the end of the form you should upload your abstract from your computer, including your 3 learning objectives, which should be based on the examples at the end of this page.

Please ensure that ALL requested information is completed as requested. If you experience any problems during the online submission process, please contact the Conference Secretariat by phone on + 61 2 9954 4400 or iarpp2017@dcconferences.com.au to email the Conference Secretariat. 

All proposal submissions will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Authors will be notified of the Committee’s decision by 2 November 2016. Acceptance is limited by space availability.

Dates and Deadlines
25 July 2016: Call for Abstracts opens
2 October 2016: Call for Abstracts closes at midnight AEST
8 October 2016: Review period commences
2 November 2016: Authors notified of results
1 March 2017: Full papers due

EXAMPLES OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES Click here

 

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT: https://dcconferences.eventsair.com/iarpp2017/absub

 

VISA APPLICATIONS

For those who might need assistance with visa applications, please contact the Conference Secretariat on +61 2 9954 4400 or email iarpp2017@dcconferences.com.au

 

  

 

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Discussant Papers Due
Wed Apr 25, 2018 @12:00AM
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