3-hour half-day sessions or 90-minute sessions
15-minute oral papers: Oral papers should be succinct presentations of innovative projects or research and should address a relevant conference topic area.
Posters: Posters will be displayed for the duration of the conference. Poster board size is 4’x8’ (1.2x2.4m); all materials must fit within this space.
Please include the following information: title, author(s), presenter(s), presentation level (beginner, intermediate or advanced),
full address, phone number, email address, organizations, affiliations, a brief biography outlining your FASD experience (75 words
max.), presentation summary including 2-4 learning objectives (500 words max.), format style (see above), primary topic area (see
below). If you are submitting a 3-hr or 90-min session, please provide a brief 50-word description to be inserted into the program
brochure if your abstract is accepted for presentation.
NEW for 2016: If you are submitting a 3-hr/90-min/oral paper, please describe how your presentation will address the following
question: What question(s) has your work identified or what has arisen from your experience that research may be able to
For presenters of accepted abstracts, the conference does not cover honoraria, accommodation, travel or other associated expenses. However, the primary presenter of 3-hour/ 90-minute abstracts will receive complimentary registration to the conference (~$600 value). Additional presenters, including oral paper and poster presenters, will be asked to register. Presenters must be comfortable presenting and answering questions in English. Accepted presenters should presuppose prior audience knowledge of FASD.
Submissions are encouraged in a wide variety of topics, as they apply to older adolescents and adults, including but not limited to the following topic areas. Please choose one primary category which best fits your presentation:
"The conference helps me keep abreast of what the latest directions, thinking, and approaches are, particularly in the
research field, so I am
kept in the loop."
- PhD candidate/Researcher
(Adults and Adolescents
with FASD 2014)