Call for Abstracts
Collaborating Across Borders III: Interprofessional Collaboration -
From Concept to Preparation to Practice
The abstract deadline has passed. We received over 400 abstracts. Authors have been notified whether or not their abstract(s) has been accepted.
- Developing interprofessional collaboration ready teachers and practitioners, including faculty development models, incentives, (e.g., promotion and tenure) and continuing education approaches
- Policies and trends shaping interprofessional education and/or practice and funding opportunities
- Technology innovations to facilitate interprofessional education and/or practice, including simulation, on-line learning, social networking, e-library, telehealth, telemedicine, e-health, and m-health
- Interprofessional education competencies and curricular models
- Developing infrastructure to support an IP culture: grassroots and institutional leadership approaches
- Linkages amongst and/or between these themes
Please feel free to submit work related to other topics relevant to interprofessional collaboration; however, priority will be given to abstracts related to the above program themes.
- Interprofessional Discussion Group
- Research paper
Workshops will be allotted 90 minutes. Please restrict your formal presentation to about 30 minutes, and use the remaining time for interactive formats and group discussion.
Interprofessional Discussion Groups will be allotted 45 or 90 minutes and should focus on issues in interprofessional education, practice and/or research and should involve people from different perspectives; e.g., education, practice, policy and /or systems.
Research papers will be allotted 20 minutes and should involve a 10-minute presentation and 10-minute discussion.
Demonstrations will be allotted 20 minutes and must involve a tangible “show and tell” element. This is an opportunity to showcase an innovative practice, program or other strategy and may involve various media (e.g. audio, visual, etc.)
Posters can report research or other innovative projects. They will be available for viewing throughout the conference. Once accepted, instruction for poster preparation will be provided.
Abstracts will be accepted starting March 1, 2011
- All abstracts must be submitted electronically.
- Deadline for submission is Friday April 29, 2011.
- We encourage students to submit abstracts for any theme and for any presentation category.
- Submission to be made in English.
- Please retain a copy of your abstract.
It is anticipated that all presenters will be notified of their presentation acceptance by June 3, 2011.
The presenting author(s) must register for 2011 CABIII. The cost of registration is $465.00 USD early registration ($565.00 USD full registration after September 15, 2011). Student registration is $150.00 USD. Presenters are responsible for their own travel, accommodations and conference registration fees.
If your presentation is selected, audio or video recordings may be made of your presentation. Your submission of a presentation constitutes your agreement that recordings can be made and distributed. Accepted abstracts will be posted on the website prior to the conference.
Abbreviated Title – A short version of the full title which you can use to refer to your abstract after submission
Full Title – The full title of your abstract
Author(s) and Principal presenter’s information
1 Principal author – given name, surname, affiliation and email address
2 Principal presenter - given name, surname and affiliation (if different from principal author). The person listed as the principal presenter will receive all correspondence concerning the abstract and is responsible for informing all other authors of the status of the given abstract
3 Other presenters/authors - given names, surnames and affiliations
Body of Abstract – maximum 300 words
For POSTERS or RESEARCH PAPERS please use the following headings:
For WORKSHOPS please use the following headings:
Objectives – Indicate what the participants will achieve by attending the workshop.
Teaching Methods – How will you meet objectives in an interactive manner?
For DISCUSSION GROUPS please use the following headings:
Objectives – Indicate what the participants will achieve by attending the discussion group.
Three to five questions for group discussion
For DEMONSTRATIONS please use the following headings:
Description of your innovation, program, or approach including the show and tell element
Brief overview of media being used
Accepted abstracts will be printed as submitted in the program syllabus. They will not be edited for grammar or typographical errors.