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Abstract Submissions Have Now Closed

Abstract submissions for presentation at AADPA’s 7th Annual ADHD Conference are now invited.

AADPA’s 7th Annual Conference will be held in Brisbane from 27 – 28 July 2024, with additional in-person workshops on Friday, 26 July.

The conference will be held in a hybrid fashion with in-person attendance at The Westin Brisbane and virtual attendance through the CVENT Virtual Attendee Hub. As a hybrid event, once registered, you will have access to view conference recordings up to 90 days post-conference.

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This is a multidisciplinary conference incorporating all disciplines involved in assessment, diagnosis, treatment and research on ADHD. The conference theme is “Collaborative Care: The Future of ADHD” but, as always, abstract submissions on a wide range of topics about ADHD are sought, including:

Original Research

  • presented alongside a focus on implications/applications for clinical, service, policy or research settings
  • not identical to any presentations that you have previously presented

Clinical Practice

  • presentations with and without reporting on empirical study findings
  • potential focus areas of screening and assessment, pharmacological intervention, non-pharmacological intervention, or the implications of commonly co-occurring conditions on any of these areas
  • broad or function/domain-specific i.e. in education, employment, home/family life, interpersonal relations etc.

Lived Experience

  • presentations with and without reporting on empirical study findings
  • potential focus areas include, but are not limited, to integration of lived experience into service design and delivery, integration into research design and delivery, unmet needs and stigma

Policy and Service Delivery

  • interdisciplinary approaches, social policy, and advocacy in a range of settings

How to submit your abstract

CVENT is the platform used to submit the abstracts. Follow the steps below to create your CVENT account and upload your abstract:

Step 1: Complete a Word document of the abstract which includes authors, their affiliations, abstract and the corresponding author’s name and email address (see below for detailed submission guidelines).

Step 2Click here to create a CVENT account by entering your email address and password.

Step 3: Type the information relating to the submission in each box (or cut and paste from Step 1).

Step 4: Upload the completed abstract from Step 1.

Submission Guidelines

  • Prospective presenters are requested to indicate their preferred presentation format, although the final decision will be made by the scientific committee. An indication of the audience who is most likely to benefit from the presentation is also required if not a research presentation (i.e. General, Specialist, Other)
  • All research, results, and conclusions should be final at the time of submission.
  • There is no limitation on the number of submissions by one author; however, authors are asked to use discretion since submitting multiple abstracts may create scheduling problems.
  • All submissions will be peer reviewed. The Program Committee Chairs will make the final decision on all submissions.
  • Accepted abstracts must be presented at the conference by an author or their designated representative. Any authors who attend the conference must register for the conference and pay the appropriate conference registration fee.
  • Abstracts that are accepted and presented at the conference will be available for delegates via the Virtual Attendee Hub, the Smartphone App and in the conference book via the AADPA website.

4th Annual Florence Levy Emerging Researcher Award

AADPA recognizes the fantastic work being conducted by early career researchers in the area of ADHD. To be considered for the Florence Levy Emerging Research Award, as of 30 June 2024, applicants should have held their PhD, or equivalent, for no more than 10 years from the date that their PhD thesis was passed to be eligible.

The award will provide complimentary registration and a featured presentation in the conference program. Applications close at midnight AEST on Friday, 31 May 2024.

Student Award: There will also be a student award so please indicate your student status when submitting your abstract.

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Abstract Layout Guidelines

Abstracts must be in English, limited to a maximum of 2,500 characters including spaces.

For research topics use the headings listed below for ‘Research Submissions’. For all other topics, use the headings listed for ‘Other Submissions’ below.

Research Submissions

Title: Sentence case and bold
Authors: Sentence case – surname, First name, superscript for affiliations
Affiliations: Sentence case – department, institution (or service, practice), city, country
Abstract: Structure abstract with the following headings in sentence case and bold:
Background and aims:
Method:
Results:
Conclusions:
Correspondence: Corresponding author; email address

Other Submissions

Title: Sentence case and bold
Authors: Sentence case – surname, first name,
Affiliations: Sentence case – department, institution (or service, practice), city, country
Abstract: Structure abstract with the following headings in sentence case and bold:
Intended Audience: indicate whether general or specialist (state discipline or practice aspect)
Summary of content: dot points or numbered list
Conclusions:
Correspondence: Corresponding author; email address

For Symposium Submissions, please submit an abstract for each component and include:

  • Name of Discussant or Chair
  • Email address of same

Presentation Formats

Three presentation types will be accepted including Platform, Symposium and Poster

1

Platform Sessions

Platform sessions comprise individual oral presentations, which are scheduled together with other thematically related platform papers at the discretion of the AADPA Program Committee Chairs. Each abstract will be allotted 15 minutes for oral presentation and audience discussion. A moderator will rigorously adhere to these time limits to allow time for discussion.
2

Symposium Sessions

A symposium session comprises at least 3 and not more than 6 individual oral presentations on the same topic which are led by a chair/discussant. Each abstract will be reviewed and rated on its own merit. All abstracts should be submitted individually (either layout is acceptable), and an email sent to mers@exemail.com.au with the names and titles of each presentation as well as the name of the chair/discussant. Abstracts will be considered for inclusion in the prospective symposium as well as for an individual platform session if required.
3

Posters

The poster format has proven to be an effective and popular method for communication of scientific information. Poster sessions will be designed to provide a more intimate forum for informal discussion than is permitted by regular platform presentations. Poster presenters will stay with their poster for the duration of the poster session and are encouraged to bring handouts for interested viewers. The posters should be 100cm wide by 150cm long (no larger please).
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Sponsorship & Contact Information

For details on how your organisation can sponsor this prestigious international Conference, please email Margaret Eagers at mers@exemail.com.au.

Conference Organising Committee

Prof. Sarah Medland, Conference Co-convenor
Prof. James Scott, Conference Co-convenor
Dr Sarahn Lovett, Committee Member
Kate Tognarini, Committee Member
Prof. Mark Bellgrove, Sponsorships
Michele Warbrooke, Admin Support
Margaret Eagers, Conference Organiser
Matt Eagers, Conference Organiser

Event Managed by MERS Events

PCO: Margaret and Matt Eagers
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