Monday, December 24, 2012

Call For Papers in 16th International Congress Of The World Federation Of Occupational Therapy

16th International Congress Of The World Federation Of Occupational Therapy  In Collaboration With 48th Japanese Occupational Therapy Congress And Expo 18-21 June , 2014 Yokohama , Japan  is now open for Abstract submission
Presentation type:

I. Oral Presentations

II. Poster presentation

III. Workshop Proposals

Guide line for abstract submission

1.      Abstracts can only be submitted online. Emailed, faxed or hard copy submissions will NOT be accepted.
2.      Authors whose first language is Japanese are requested to submit abstracts both in Japanese and English.
3.      Authors who are not occupational therapists can also submit their abstracts.
4.      The author is responsible for the accuracy of the abstract.
5.      Accepted abstracts are entitled to be presented at WFOT Congress 2014 held in Yokohama, Japan from June 18, 2014 until June 21, 2014. Those whose abstracts are accepted are asked to complete their Congress registration by March 30, 2014, otherwise their presentation may not be included in the programme and any published materials.
6.      There are 3 types of presentation: Oral, Poster and Workshop. Please select your preferred type of presentation in the online submission system. However, please kindly be reminded that the final presentation type assignment will be determined by the Scientific Programme Committee.
7.      Access to the online submission system will be limited closer to the submission deadline to prevent over access to the system. Your early action and submission is highly recommended.
8.      The acceptance of an abstract for WFOT Congress 2014 does not imply provision of travel, accommodation or registration for the Congress, nor any other costs associated with the preparation or presentation of the abstract, or any costs associated with attendance at the Congress.
9.      By submitting this abstract, you together with any co-authors, give permission for the abstract (if selected for inclusion in the Congress programme), to be published on a CDROM, Congress website, &/or in a book of Congress Proceedings, and for your contact details to be forwarded to publications interested in your work.
10.  Submission of an abstract indicates that the abstract has been approved by all authors.
11.  Accepted abstracts will be presented by an author. The head author will notify the Congress Secretariat if the presenting author changes, or if the abstract is unable to be presented.
12.  The abstract should be as informative as possible.
Research abstracts should include:
·         Introduction
·         Objectives
·         Methods
·         Results
·         Conclusion
·         Contribution to the practice/evidence base of occupational therapy
Non-research abstracts should include:
·         Introduction
·         Objectives
·         Description/Report
·         Results/Discussion
·         Conclusion
·         Contribution to the practice/evidence base of occupational therapy

[Workshop Abstracts]

1.      Authors of workshop abstracts (In-Congress/Pre-Congress) should be occupational therapists.
2.      The abstract should be as informative as possible.
3.      Workshop Abstracts should include:
·         Learning objectives
·         Minimum and maximum number of participants suitable for the programme
·         Description of teaching methods.


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