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Congresso WCPT 2021 - Atualização maio 2020
TEXTO ORIGINAL EM INGLÊS
Submit your abstract
The call for abstracts for poster and platform presentations is now open. The deadline is 30 July.
The WCPT congress offers you a unique opportunity to present to a global
audience at the profession’s largest international meeting. Whether you
have been working on a research project or have an innovative service,
practice, resource or theory to share, WCPT is encouraging
physiotherapists from all over the world, at every level of the
profession, to submit their abstracts.
Abstracts are invited that:
report on the latest research with original scientific data
address new and unique developments in practice, theory, education, management, policy and resources
describe innovative ways in which established methods have been adapted to meet the changing needs of practice
Key speakers and sessions have been announced for congress.
The congress programme includes 12 confirmed focused symposia featuring 55 speakers
from around the world. Focused symposia are core sessions where cutting
edge relevant topics will be explored from an international and diverse
perspective. High profile speakers will create insightful and engaging
learning experiences that ultimately inform, inspire, involve and
“Focused symposia are a great opportunity to hear from world-renowned
speakers that are experts in their area and gain a unique global
understanding and insight into a particular field" said Shane Patman,
chair of WCPT’s congress programme committee.
Printed posters: changed
daily, they are grouped by topic within the poster area in the
exhibition hall, with presenters attending their poster for 45 minutes
for discussion with delegates.
for the first time at a WCPT congress, they will be accessible through
terminals and grouped by topic, with each presenter given a short
presentation slot. Delegates can search the e-posters by keywords and
State of the art:
12-minute platform presentations from the highest quality, cutting edge
abstracts that are likely to influence practice, with an 18-minute
moderated discussion at the end led by a leader in the field.
Classic: eight platform presentations of eight minutes, followed by three minutes for questions in each presentation.
a platform presentation session of 10 abstracts each delivering key
messages using no more than five slides in five minutes (5 x 5), with
moderated discussion times.
Platform and poster presentations are considered by the congress
programme committee to be of equal standing and judged by the same
criteria. Although you may indicate your preferred presentation format
when submitting, there is limited space for platform presentations in
the programme and many more posters can be accommodated. The decision of
what format to assign to any abstract rests with the congress programme
Resources for abstract submitters
you have limited experience of abstract submissions, presenting at a
WCPT congress, or if English is not your first language, we have put
together several tools to help you.
An abstract mentoring programme is in place until 25 June.
It aims to help authors present their material clearly and concisely
before submitting an abstract to the formal abstract review process.
the fast evolving global situation created by the spread of COVID-19,
we are aware that many of you have been impacted by the pandemic and the
uncertainty it has created. WCPT and the congress programme committee
will continue to monitor the situation relating to COVID-19. For now,
planning is proceeding for an exciting WCPT congress in Dubai next April
and we will advise you if there are any changes likely to impact the
WCPT is supporting its member organisations and their members with a COVID-19 information hub: www.wcpt.org/covid19