Call for Abstracts

The Congress Organising Committee now invites abstracts to be submitted via the online portal linked in the button below. You are required to create an account when you enter the portal for the first time. We recommend that you create an account and get yourself familiarise with the submission portal.

Step-by-step abstracts submission guide

Presentation types

Oral Presentation

An oral presentation for a conference abstract is a short talk that summarizes research findings, often presented at academic conferences. It's a platform for both academics and non-academics to share their work, discussing key points, methods, results, and implications. These presentations foster collaboration and encourage a diverse range of perspectives. Whether you're an academic researcher or someone from outside academia, your abstract can contribute valuable insights and spark engaging discussions

Poster Presentation

A poster presentation is a visual showcase of research findings, popular at conferences and events. It's open to both academics and non-academics, offering a visually engaging format to share insights. Through concise text, images, and graphics, it communicates key points, methods, results, and implications. Poster presentations encourage interaction and discussion, welcoming diverse perspectives to contribute to the conversation. Whether you're a researcher, practitioner, or enthusiast, it's a platform to share ideas and spark dialogue.


A symposium is a structured gathering where experts, scholars, and practitioners convene to discuss and explore specific topics or themes. It offers a platform for both academics and non-academics to share their insights, research findings, and perspectives through presentations, panels, and discussions. Symposia typically feature multiple speakers or presenters, providing a diverse range of viewpoints and fostering interdisciplinary dialogue. Attendees have the opportunity to engage with the latest research, exchange ideas, and collaborate with others in the field. Whether you’re an expert in your field or simply curious about a topic, symposia provide a dynamic environment for learning, networking, and intellectual exchange.

Scientific submission

A scientific focused abstract is a brief summary of a scientific research project or study, typically submitted for presentation at academic conferences or symposiums. It encapsulates the essential components of the research, including its background, objectives, methodology, results, and conclusions. The abstract serves as a concise representation of the research's significance, highlighting key findings and implications within the field of study. Its purpose is to provide conference attendees with a clear understanding of the research being presented and to generate interest in the study for further discussion and collaboration.

Practice submission

A practice abstract is a succinct summary that highlights applied methods, techniques, or procedures within a specific field or profession, such as business, healthcare, education, or the arts. It typically outlines the objectives, methodologies, outcomes, and implications of practical applications or interventions, including ideas, marketing strategies, and innovative practices. Practice abstracts aim to showcase not only established methods but also novel approaches that push boundaries and drive progress within their respective domains. They may include case studies, success stories, or examples of creative problem-solving, demonstrating how practitioners implement innovative strategies to address challenges or achieve goals. By sharing insights, experiences, and lessons learned, practice abstracts serve as a valuable resource for professionals seeking inspiration, collaboration, and continuous improvement in their field.



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Terms and conditions

  • Authors are welcome to submit multiple abstracts.
  • All authors must approve of submitting this work for presentation.
  • At least one author needs to be available to present if selected.
  • There is only one Presenting Author per abstract submission. Please note this does not apply to Symposium submissions.
  • Abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • The maximum word count for submissions is 300.
  • Abstracts must be submitted by 23:59 (AEST) Friday, 31 May 2024.
  • Presenting Authors must be registered for the Congress by 23:59 (AEST) Sunday 14 July 2024.

Key Dates

Now Open
Presenters deadline to register

Sunday, 14 July 2024

Early bird registrations close

Sunday, 14 July 2024

Congress dates

Thursday, 17 - Saturday, 19 October 2024