Congress Workshops

The congress workshops involve active participation through interactive discussions, demonstrations, and/or experiential learning through hands-on experiences for participants. Applied workshops offer opportunities for practitioners to share their professional practice strategies. Evidence-based workshops will be given priority. Research workshops can include, but are not limited to, research methods, ethics in research, theory or measurement development, grant writing and mentoring in scientific writing. 

All workshops are scheduled for 90-minute time slots. Individuals or groups of presenters can submit abstracts for this submission format.

In order for your workshop submission to be accepted please make sure to include the following information:

  1. Clearly stated learning objectives for participants
  2. Specifics on the (interactive, hands-on) teaching methods and techniques used to achieve these learning objectives
  3. Details on materials that will be shared with the workshop participants on-site or following the session.

Abstracts submitted without this specific information relevant to an interactive learning experience are likely to be rejected or they might be re-assigned to a poster format.