Conference sessions will be offered in a variety of formats:
- Panel Discussions
- Panel Presentations
- Solo Presentations (30-60-90 minute)
- Paper Presentation (20-minute presentation
plus 10 minutes for questions) will address innovative programming,
completed research that has been demonstrated through evaluation to have
an impact on clinical practice, system design or policy development
related to collaborative mental health.
- A 'work in progress'
paper presentation (20-minute presentation plus 10 minutes for questions
will seek feedback from the audience to enhance a paper or other
innovative ideas in progress.
- Storyboard - Opportunity to tell your
story of a project or an experience that included a life-changing event
that changed your attitudes, clinical approach, or interactions towards
- Poster Presentation: Display space for
Poster Presentations will be offered with a table and chair. Please
prepare your poster presentation on a presentation poster board to sit
on a table. You are welcome to bring additional flyers/support
documentation for handouts. This year, poster presentations will have a separate room and specific time slot so all delegates will have a chance to view the posters.
Please note: Based on the number of presentations we receive, we may have to combine presentations. If your abstract is not accepted, you may have an opportunity to present a poster presentation.