The Scientific Committee welcomes the submission of workshop proposals to be presented at the 13th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain. The goal of workshops is to present evidence to highlight controversies or further a defined area within the field. There will be a number of workshops spread over three days of the conference, ideally consistent with the theme of the meeting.
The following criteria and procedures will apply:
Submissions must be made via the online system. No other submission processes will be accepted.
The proposal must be submitted in English.
There should be no more than 3 speakers (including the moderator). If the presenting group decides to include a fourth speaker, then it can only be a trainee or junior professional (within 3 years of training completion).
Speakers proposed for your workshop must have already agreed to participate.
Any individual speaker may be included on a maximum of two proposals.
Moderators will be notified about the selection results. Moderators are responsible for liaising with their speakers – such as informing them about the results and reminding them that they should have travel plans that allow them to arrive on time.
Submitters are kindly requested to inform the speakers that no financial support is provided by the Organisers to workshop participants, and that registration fee is not waived.
It is the responsibility of the submitter to insure that these conditions are met. The SPC reserves the right to disqualify workshops from further consideration if these limitations are not observed.
Title (25 words)
Statement of the Topic; why is this workshop of importance and what fund of knowledge will it provide? (300 words)
Moderator or Speaker 1: Summary of presentation (100 words)
Speaker 2: Summary of presentation (100 words)
Speaker 3: Summary of presentation (100 words)
Trainee or recent graduate: Summary of presentation (100 words)
2 to 3 key references
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Managers email@example.com