Save the Date - Knowledge Exchange Day 2021

Posted by on 23 September 2021

NOW BY ZOOM Friday October 15 2021

knowledge21Friday October 15 2021

An opportunity for young/new researchers to present their research work-any discipline related to ageing

Hear from leading NZ researchers in the field of ageing

Network, be inspired, share knowledge

Who should attend?

Students, Masters/PhD researchers, Advanced Trainees, anyone interested in the field of ageing research.

Registrations and abstracts to:  MareeT@adhb.govt.nz

Put Name Registration( + abstract ) in subject line

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM

Closing date for registrations 1st October 2021


Call for Abstracts

Knowledge Exchange October 15, 2021

The format of this knowledge exchange is different than most conferences in that we are trying to share, inform, collaborate and encourage our young researchers into Gerontology Research in its widest sense. We encourage you submit an abstract in the following areas

  1. Established research groups /senior researchers
    Present a summary of research to date / key highlights /and a glimpse into your future research directions .
    Aims to give young researchers a view of what is possible , ideas for the future as well as informing a wider audience. Time guide 15 min
  2. Specific Gerontology Research  Results
    Traditional format .Time guide 10 min and 5 min for discussion.
  3. Research Ideas
    For those with ideas that need help, collaborators, guidance encouragement. Brief presentation 5 minutes and questions for audience

Guidelines for Abstract

  1. Maximum word count = 300 words.
  2. Abstract to begin TITLE, AUTHORS NAME(S), PROVENANCE.  An example might be: ASSESSMENT OF DELIRIUM IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. SMITH MA, JONES BD, TUHOE MT.  DEPARTMENT OF GERIATRIC MEDICINE, WEST HARBOUR HOSPITAL.
  3. The abstract should be in the form of bolded structured headings (without line spaces between them) in the suggested format :
    a.         Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions.
    b.         Introduction,  Research Summary , Future Directions
    c.         Research Idea , Supporting evidence , questions for audience
  4. Do not use macros within your abstract. 
  5. Any tables should be created within the abstract itself.
  6. Any references must be included in the body of the text using names and journal references only but not the title. 
  7. Abbreviations must only be used if defined immediately after the full word or phrase is used for the first time. 

Closing date for abstracts extended to October 1st 2021

Email with Registration Form to MareeT@adhb.govt.nz
Subject line: Your name  Abstract and Registration


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