THE CALL FOR WORKSHOPS HAS NOW CLOSED.
WE WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH ALL THOSE THAT HAVE SUBMITTED AN ABSTRACT IN DUE COURSE.
Call for workshop proposals must have been emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 11:59pm WST (GMT +8), Australia on Friday 6 March 2020. Click here to convert your local time.
The IPDLN Conference Scientific Committee invites submissions from individuals, groups and organisations to conduct workshops in conjunction with the IPDLN 2020 Conference as part of its Pre-conference program.
This call is relevant to any topics related to data linkage and any of the Conference Themes (see list below). Dynamic instructional approaches using a variety of methods are encouraged.
- Research using real-world data
- Multi-sector data linkage
- Tackling global issues through data linkage
- Indigenous health and well-being
- Data linkage, methods, systems and technology
- Advanced analytics and methods
- Public involvement, ethics, law and social implications
Proposals should be no more than one A4 page and include the following information (where applicable):
- Names, affiliations, emails and hyperlinks to online biographical details for each presenter.
- Please identify one person as the primary contact person.
- Description of workshop objectives and expected outcomes.
- Description of the workshop format, activities and schedule.
- Statement of how the workshop can benefit attendees.
- Description of who should attend and estimated number of participants (minimum and maximum).
- Preferred workshop duration (1/2 day, 1 day, 1.5 days or 2 days).
- A/V (or other) requirements.
Deadlines and requirements
- Workshop proposals are due on the 6 March 2020.
- Workshop proposals should be submitted in PDF format.
- Workshop proposals should be emailed to email@example.com
- Accepted workshops will be notified by the 20 March 2020.
Further information on Pre-conference Workshops
- A meeting room including wi-fi, laptop, projector and screen will be provided.
- Workshop information will be posted on the IPDLN Conference website, IPDLN website and social media.
- IPDLN will manage the workshop registration process.
Any queries in relation to development of workshop proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.