The abstract submission portal will close 3 weeks after opening, on June 3rd. Speakers will be notified of their abstract’s status approximately 2 weeks after abstract submission closes.
The National Conference on American Indian and Alaska Native Injury and Violence Prevention invites abstract submissions for oral presentations, poster presentations, panel presentation, or workshops related to the following tracks:
Oral presentations will feature a specific research area, policy area, and/or ongoing program or project that fits into one of the conference tracks. Each presenter will have approximately 15 minutes and will participate in a breakout session with up to three to four other presentations.
Panel presentations will feature several presenters that provide critical learning and discussion opportunities. This format will allow attendees to hear from a variety of expertise, experiences, and viewpoints on a similar topic. Panel presentations will be 90 minutes in duration and feature three to five speakers.
Posters may share preliminary findings or an overview of the presenter’s work. Posters will be uploaded to the conference website for display throughout the conference. The conference platform will allow for virtual Q&A and informal discussions with interested attendees during designated poster sessions.
Workshops provide in-depth information about a designated topic to enhance skills necessary for the applied practice of injury prevention epidemiology and programs in attendees’ organizational setting. Workshops will be 90 minutes and feature interactive activities, discussion, case studies, etc.
Abstract Scoring Criteria:
Abstracts will be scored on the following criteria: