HETL 2020

Submission

Submission guidelines for discussion panels

Discussion panels aim to increase the capacity and knowledge of delegates around the latest scientific research, relevant policies or innovative programmes to implement and advocate for a review and formulation of policies. The focus is on transferring knowledge through presentation of research followed by discussion with the audience. More information...

Submission guidelines for interactive workshops

Interactive workshops aim to increase the capacity and knowledge of delegates around the latest scientific research, relevant policies or innovative programmes to implement and advocate for a review and formulation of policies. The focus is on transferring knowledge through intensive interaction with the audience. They are designed to provide opportunities for professional development and are intended to be hands-on for participants.  Workshops will be targeted at smaller audiences with high levels of interactivity and audience participation. Their focus is on transferring knowledge through collaborative learning techniques to build, and strengthen, the skills of delegates.  Workshops can be 60 or 90-minutes in length, depending on the subject and relevance to the conference themes. More information...

Submission guidelines for poster presentations

Posters allow participants to communicate their research in a succinct way.  Posters are also handy because they can be viewed while people are walking around and even after the conference sessions and therefore it is important that it visually attractive.   Participants will also be encouraged to nominate posters for prizes that range from the most innovative to the most visually attractive. More information...

Last modified: 2020/02/17