To present at the AELERT 2018 Conference you must submit an abstract proposal in the approved form.
You must submit an abstract for the Conference by Friday 1 September 2017 via this link.
These are the key dates in the abstract submission and review process:
|Step in the process||Date|
|Abstracts submission open||Monday 17 July 2017|
|Abstract submission closes||Friday 1 September 2017|
|Abstract submission review complete and draft program prepared||Friday 29 September 2017|
|Abstract Authors advised of outcome||Friday 6 October 2017|
|AELERT 2018 Conference program released||Friday 20 October 2017|
The abstract must address the following key points (in 500 words or less):
1. Summary of the presentation
2. Relevance of the presentation
a. Do you cross-cut regulators? (i.e. if you are an EPA presenter is your presentation relevant to non-EPA regulators and/or to other jurisdictions)
b. Are your themes or lessons scaleable? (i.e. can the lessons learnt or the outputs produced be applied at a broader level)
c. Has your idea been tested? (i.e. can you report on the outcomes or impact of the work/project? What did you learn from the project?)
d. Is this new? (i.e. are you adding value to those who attend your presentation? Has this been done recently (i.e. last 2 years)? Has it been done by another regulator in Australia or NZ before? If it hasn’t been done before, why?)
e. Does the presentation address an important problem? (i.e. is this an important environmental issue or problem for regulators)
f. Does the presentation contribute to the discussion ‘Is being right enough?’
Questions about the submission process can be directed to the conference organisers.
Name: Nicole Murphy Phone: 02 6281 6624 Email: email@example.com
Abstracts will be reviewed against the following criteria:
a. This category will be assessed with reference to the six elements that abstract submissions must address (see above).
a. Is it clear what the take home message for attendees is?
b. Is it clear what value this presentation can contribute to the conference?
c. Is it clear how this presentation fits within the conference theme?
a. The submission addresses the requested criteria.
b. It is well written and considered, indicating a professional presentation.
Once abstracts have been reviewed and shortlisted, the mix of abstracts will be refined to ensure, as far as possible, selected presentations: