2019 National Cerebral Palsy Conference

Johannesburg * 27-29 May 2019 * Hosted by Forest Town School

CONFERENCE THEME 

“CEREBRAL PALSY THROUGH THE AGES”

 

VENUE

Long Room at the Wanderers Cricket Stadium, 

Corlett Drive Illovo, 

Johannesburg, 

Gauteng

 

COST

R 2500 Full conference 

R 2300 Early bird before 30 March 2019 

 

The price includes:

HOLISTIC CONFERENCE PROGRAM

All refreshments and meals during the conference

Conference bag

Welcoming Lunch

CPD and SACE points 

 

A DETAILED PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION FORMS WILL BE SENT OUT SOON

 

ENQUIRIES - Natasha Kausch: 011 646 0131 (W) natashak@fts.org.za

 

Abstracts

We are accepting abstracts for our 2019 National Cerebral Palsy Conference, from the 27th of May to the 29th of May, at the Wanders Club, Illovo, Johannesburg. 

To present a paper at the NAPCP Conference, an abstract of the proposed presentation must be submitted to natashak@fts.org.za

If your abstract is accepted, you will be given a 30 minute time slot, which will be broken down into a 20 minute presentation and a 10 minute question and answer session. 

An abstract of approximately 100 to 200 words must be emailed. If possible, develop the abstract by addressing the major aspects of your presentation as described below. 

Summarize the scope and nature of the work upon which the paper is based. Note the relative emphasis of the paper on either research work or practical applications in terms of working with people who have Cerebral Palsy or an autobiography of those living with Cerebral Palsy. 

Describe the results presented in the paper and state specific conclusions of your work. Describe how these differ from results or conclusions of previous work on the same or similar subject; this is not an appropriate forum for academic papers that are highly theoretical. Papers centred on commercial products or endorsements will not be accepted. 

The abstract must be articulate and concise or it will be rejected. It is important that your abstract is well written; it provides the reviewers a critical first impression of what to expect. 

Acceptance of your abstract is not a guarantee that your paper will be accepted; the technical evaluation/peer review of your paper will determine whether or not your paper will be accepted for presentation at the NAPCP Conference 2019.  

If you have any questions e-mail us at natashak@fts.org.za

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