EURACT welcomes the presentation of completed or in progress innovative educational initiatives, educational research projects as well as educational or research ideas or work in progress. Ample time is provided for the discussion of each presentation. There are three formats for presentation as detailed below. Authors are invited to indicate their choice of format when submitting their abstract, however the final decision is taken by the planning committee of the conference.
75-minute interactive group sessions focusing on relevant topics for GP/FM education are foreseen. It could focus both on practical skills and group discussion. The abstract should include title, aim, methods and expected outcomes. The description should explain the benefits of taking the workshop.
These are presentations of completed or ongoing educational research projects. Exceptionally well designed research proposals and ideas can be presented as well. These contributions will be presented in parallel sessions, and are allocated 15 minutes each, of which 10 minutes is for the presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.
These are presentations of innovative educational initiatives and experiences. These contributions will be presented in parallel sessions, and are allocated 15 minutes each, of which 10 minutes is for the presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.
Posters are displayed throughout the conference. One session of the conference will be devoted to guided poster presentations. In case of an excessive number of submitted and accepted abstracts in this category, EURACT reserves the right to preselect the posters presented in this session and some of them as 1 slide/5 minutes presentations. Five additional minutes are allocated for discussion with the audience. Poster presenters are encouraged to attend the whole conference, but they must be present for the poster discussion session.