J-EUNETHYDIS is the international forum for early career ADHD researchers and early career clinicians engaged in research on ADHD
The J-EUNETHYDIS International Conference 2018 will take place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland on Sunday 23rd September 2018.
J-EUNETHYDIS is for up and coming ADHD researchers who are:
a. 3rd or 4th year Ph.D. students
b. Post-Doctoral Fellows within 5 years of completing their Ph.D.
c. Clinicians who are undertaking a Master’s or Doctoral degree or are conducting research (pertinent to ADHD) as part of their specialty training.
The J-EUNETHYDIS Scientific Conference Programme is very much focused on participation and all attendees will be encouraged and supported to engage and get involved with the discussions. The programme will be centred on a series of oral presentations grouped into themes and delivered by the J-EUNETHYDIS participants.
The Scientific Committee will select presenters based on their J-EUNETHYDIS abstracts submissions. This gives those presenting a great opportunity to present their research to an audience of peers and selected senior researchers in the field. For those who are not presenting it gives a fantastic opportunity to hear some of the latest developments in our field and to get involved in the scientific debate that follows.
All J-EUNETHYDIS abstracts will be presented as posters, if not selected for oral presentation.
EUNETHYDIS is keen to support Ph.D. students and clinical or post-doctoral research fellows. We offer 150 delegates attending the J-Eunethydis Conference, a reduced registration fee of £225.00 that will allow access to the main conference.
The 150 places at the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
Call for Abstracts J-EUNETHYDIS
Abstracts should be submitted here in English. Please download the Word document on this page and paste your abstract into the appropriate field in this form.
The abstract should be a maximum of 250 words (excluding titles and references). All fields marked * are required. Deadline for abstract submission is 30th May 2018.
Completed forms should be emailed to email@example.com.
Deadline for submission: 30th May 2018
Abstracts which are not selected for oral presentations at the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference may be considered for poster presentations at the main conference.
Places at the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference are limited to 150 participants. These will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, so please register early!
Selection of abstracts for oral presentation at the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference will be based on the following:
Abstract review criteria: A rating score 0-5 will be assigned to each component
Contribution to science and/or practice
Alignment with Eunethydis theme
Timeliness and innovation
Data collection and analysis
Appropriateness of approach
Contribution to knowledge
Impact and implications
Total max score for each abstract is 15
The Conference Committee will review all the abstracts and look forward to awarding the following prizes.
Two early career scientific or clinical researchers, from those who submit abstracts for the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference, will be selected to do an oral presentation of their study at the main conference, alongside the internationally renowned faculty.
The scientific programme for the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference will be based upon presentations from other selected abstracts. 24 J-EUNETHYDIS delegates will be selected to present their abstracts at the J-EUNETHYDIS Conference. All other abstracts will be scheduled for a poster presentation.
Prize winners will be notified before 1st July 2018.