2015 National Conference - Call for Papers
17 – 20
Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT
Call for papers
The 2015 Conference Planning Committee (CPC) invites you to put forward papers, workshops and poster presentations.
The National Conference 2015 will promote connectedness, exchange of ideas and ‘big things’ for all speech pathologists that attend.
Challenge - Speech pathologists will learn about innovations, new research and alternate ways of delivering services, challenging their knowledge and current clinical practice
Broaden – Speech pathologists will be encouraged to ‘think outside’ the box. Within the current context of increased pressure on service delivery and a progressive profession, speech pathologists will be exposed to new evidence and innovative and efficient ways of delivering speech pathology services in many contexts, aiming to ‘broaden’ knowledge and the profession
Revolutionise – Speech pathologists will be encouraged to integrate learning from the Conference into their clinical practice, revolutionising how speech pathology services are delivered and revolutionising the profession as a whole.
Submissions accepted by the Scientific Program Sub-committee will be grouped under nominated themes for presentation at the 2015 National Conference. Click this link to proceed to the Online abstract submission or visit the Instructions for presentations links below.
– Closing date for submissions
15 December 2014 – Notification regarding the success of the submission
For a small city, Canberra packs a mighty punch in the world of research, innovation and industry leadership. It is a proud home to national landmarks, institutions and federal parliament. Nestled amongst the great Australian bush landscape, it is a city that provides the extra element for our national conference.
We look forward to welcoming you to Canberra for the Speech Pathology Australia 2015 National Conference.
Further information regarding the Conference is available from the following links:
Felicity Martin, Conference Convenor
Katina Swan, Scientific Program Sub-committee Chair