Poster Presentation

Abstract due date: 5 February 2016
Poster submissions will be evidence-based and should outline the background/context and outcomes. Poster allow participants with similar interests to interact by using the poster as a discussion point.

An abstract (maximum 400 words) must be submitted for review. The abstract should be submitted as a word document using the Abstract for Review Template and NOT contain any information that might identify the author/s. The abstract should include the title and describe

1. Background/context
2. Research/initiative/practice
3. Methodology and analysis/evaluation method
4. Outcomes and effectiveness
5. Relevance to the conference theme

Abstracts for Posters will be reviewed against the following criteria.

  • Relevance
  • Description of the initiative or practice
  • Contribution to scholarship and/or practice
  • Clarity and standard of writing

Please note that presentations accepted in this category are NOT considered refereed papers.
Posters will be available for viewing during a dedicated interactive poster session where authors can discuss their poster with other delegates. If your abstract is accepted, please follow the Guidelines for Creating a Poster when preparing your poster for the conference.
All accepted poster abstracts will be placed on the conference website.

How to submit your final abstract accepted for presentation
If your abstract is accepted for presentation, you need to resubmit the abstract after editing for reviewer comments and adding any identifying information that was excluded from the version submitted for review including author name/s and institutional affiliation. The resubmitted abstract should follow the HERDSA Formatting Guidelines and use the Poster Template.   
Where revisions and/or corrections to formatting are required, authors will need to complete these within the time allocated and in compliance with the guidelines or they will not be accepted.