Call for abstracts: New deadline January 15th 2020! 

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Come and share your knowledge with others!

Come share your knowledge, skills and practical applications with the European Estill community. The theme of the 3rd Estill European Summit 2020 is Estill in Action. We are looking for presenters from the Estill community who wants to share their practical use of EVT in everyday work for performing, education, rehabilitation and other relatable topics. We also welcome presentations on topics that add knowledge and skills that are needed in organising courses, workshops etc.

The deadline for submitting abstracts for presentations and workshops is on Sunday January the 15th 2020. We are looking for an interactive summit that will involve everyone in workshops, open discussions and other creative and practical activities. 

The language for all presentations and workshops will be English. The following formats are available:

  • 15-minute presentation, followed by a short workshop*
  • 45-minute practical workshop (not a lecture or paper)

Submit your abstracts through this form by January 15th 2020. Please include the following:

  • Your name and contact information
  • Degrees you hold
  • Your Estill certification level
  • A short CV
  • A short abstract in English, max 250 words
  • Format of the presentation. What kind of interactive action is going to follow your presentation? Will you be responsible of it or do you wish one of the hosts to lead it?

The organising committee will evaluate the abstracts and let all applicants know the result by the end of January 2020. The presenters are expected to confirm their participation to the summit by April 30th 2020. 

Members of the Estill community from certification level EFP and upwards are welcome to apply.

Any questions can be directed towards

malmosummit_at_gmail.com

 

*we would like to promote our theme Estill in Action throughout the summit, and so we would like every paper presentation to be followed by an activity that involves the participants, either in a discussion, a physical activity, singing or other. For instance: if you talk about research on the False Vocal Folds, an activity could be the participants trying out some FVF-exercises, or have them discuss in smaller group how your presentation practically could be implemented in their everyday life. Please let us know if you would like to arrange the post-presentation activity yourself, or if you would like us to help you out. 

 

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