A 12 minute oral presentation by the author(s)
plus 3 minutes for discussion/Q&A at the end of your presentation (15 minutes in total).
An instructional presentation is an 80 minute session with 2-3 presenters on a unified topic meant to instruct others. This may include a co-ordinator/moderator who can also be a speaker (to a maximum of 3 speakers).
An 8-minute oral presentation using no more than 5 PowerPoint slides in total. Questions will be answered during the question time at the end of the session.
A visual display. Author(s) must be present. Designated poster session times will be listed in the Conference Program. Presenting authors will be required to stand by their posters during listed time(s).
Posters must be portrait orientation, size A0, approximately 90cm x120cm. The poster should be laminated and the text should be in a font of sufficient size for easy reading at a distance of 1 metre. The poster panels will be Velcro-sensitive. You will need to bring velcro dots with you to mount your poster.
Oral OR Rapid Fire OR Poster
You can submit your abstract and if accepted it will be slotted into one of these three categories.
- Advances in Treatment/Treatment Development (Clinical Trials,
Genetics/Genomics, Integrated Therapy)
- Cancer Across the Lifespan
- Comparative Effectiveness
- Cultural Diversity/Implications
- Ethics/Informed Consent/Decision-Making
- Family & Caregivers (Family-Centered Care)
- Gender & Sexual Identity
- Health Disparities
- Health Literacy
- Health Policy and Advocacy/Working with Charities, NGOs
and the Government
- Health Promotion/Risk Reduction
- Improving Health Systems (Workforce/Healthy Workplace Issues,
- Innovations in Education (lay, community, healthcare
- Innovations in Practice
- Innovative Technology (Social Media, Methods of
- Models of Care Delivery (Transitional Care, Inter-professional Care,
Variations on Current Models)
- Palliative & End of Life Care
- Patient & Family Engagement
- Professional Issues
- Psychosocial Care
- Quality and Safety
- Research Design, Methods & Measurement
- Strategies/Models in Translating Evidence into Practice
- Symptom Management/Side-Effects/Self-Management