Abstracts must be structured according to the following format, incorporating the indicated headings and information:
Objectives: State the primary objective of the paper and the major hypothesis tested or research question posed.
Design: Describe the design of the study and the rationale for the procedures adopted.
Methods: Describe how participants were selected and number of participants (if documentary data used, state how these were selected), materials employed (if appropriate), methods of data collection and analysis.
Results: Include numerical and/or textual data. For qualitative analyses briefly describe your findings (e.g., themes, categories, discourses identified).
Conclusions: State the conclusions that can be drawn from the study, including theoretical, methodological, or applied/policy implications as appropriate and any key limitations of the study.
Review/Theoretical and Practice applicable papers/posters:
Purpose: State the aim or primary objectives of the paper
Background: Give a concise summary of information, which places the present paper in context
Methods: Provide details of theprocedures adopted and their rationale (e.g., literature search, inclusion/exclusion criteria and methods of analysis) and/or key arguments and theoretical positions.
Conclusions: State the conclusions that can be drawn from the work described, including theoretical, methodological orapplied/policy implications as appropriate and any key limitations of the study.