ABSTRACTS and MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS SESSION PROPOSALS CLOSED.
- 12 April 2019: Abstracts closed
- 26 April 2019 (estimated: Successful authors are advised
Individual Oral Presentation
Each Individual Oral Presentation is up to 20 minutes including Q&A and youmay use slides and some other audio visual equipment to accompany your presentation. Upon acceptance, scheduling of your presentation is done by the Program Committee in an effort to plan cohesive sessions on common topics or themes.
Posters will be on display for at least one full-day of the conference. Presenters will engage with participants during refreshment breaks to transfer knowledge in an interactive format.
Marketplace of Ideas presentation
These practice focused sessions will be between 45 and 90 minutes duration and aim to:
- Provide practical examples of law enforcement and health/welfare collaborations at local level, across a wide range of complex social and public health issues – for operational police in particular, whose need is pressing and for practical, more than theoretical, information;
- Provide a forum for identifying, collecting and showcasing innovative partnership approaches to such problems, as a basis for exploring the principles behind success and sustainability of such collaborations; and
- Stimulate discussion and interest in the development of new collaborative programs.
Ideally the Marketplace of Ideas activity will be a joint presentation by a law enforcement and a public health practitioner involved in the project. Sessions will be small groups (approximately 30 people maximum). Preference will be given to timely topics that will favor a highly interactiveformat and these sessions are not suitable for extended oral presentations.
Examples of Marketplace of Ideas sessions include:
- Presentations/demonstrations of training packages, curriculums, manuals, videos etc. followed by discussion
- A ‘Knowledge exchange’ through afacilitated discussion after describing the achievements and/or failures of a particular program initiative
- A ‘mini Master class’ via a highly interactive workshops to communicate experiential knowledge and know-how
- ‘Up close and personal’ with an expert on a technical question: informative, inspiring, energetic with a maximum of audience participation.
EVALUATION PROCESS AND CRITERIA
The LEPH2019 Program Committee will review abstracts and Marketplace of Ideas session proposals during April 2019. The Committee will contact authors by the end of April 2019 with formal acceptance or rejection notices in order to allow presenters sufficient time to register for the conference and make travel arrangements. All notifications will be sent to the email address provided on the abstract or session proposal forms.
The LEPH2019 Program and/or Organising Committee reserve the right to allocate an accepted abstract to another theme or presentation type.
Important: All accepted presenters must register for the conference by July 31 2019.
Presenters not registered by this date may not be included in the program and may not have their abstract(s) published in any conference proceedings.
There are no discounted fees for presenters.
DISSEMINATION OF ABSTRACTS or MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS SESSION PROPOSALS
Abstracts or session proposals may be published in the LEPH2019 Conference Handbook and disseminated to all conference attendees. Following the conference, the abstracts or sessions proposals may be made publicly available on the conference website in pdf format.
ATTENDANCE AT THE CONFERENCE
Please do not submit an abstract or Marketplace of Ideas session proposal if you are not confident that you will be able to attend the conference and make the presentation. If your presentation has been accepted but extenuating circumstances prevent your attendance, we ask that you attempt to find another individual to make the presentation and notify us of this change as soon as possible.
If you are agreeable, when submitting your abstract or session proposal you will be asked if you would you like a full version of your presentation to be considered for publication in the Journal of Community Safety and Wellbeing’s special conference issue