What is this session about?

Building on last year and feedback from delegates, this year we aim to again offer the ‘3 minute research’ session. At the conference this year however, it will be included as part of the main scientific program.

In this session, selected researchers will have 3 minutes to discuss their research project. No slides (e.g. PowerPoint presentations) are permitted.

The session is designed for people wanting to propose a research project, or about to commence or recently commenced a research project.

 

The aims of this session are to:

  1. Build research collaboration and capacity in the infection prevention and control community.
  2. Enable researchers and delegates to share proposed ideas and gain feedback from peers.
  3. Explore the diversity and quality of upcoming research being undertaken in Australia.
  4. Allow researchers to share details about proposed or recently commenced research projects
  5. Provide a forum to assist researchers in improving recruitment or participation in proposed or recently commenced projects.

 

The person chairing the session will try to ensure those presenting get the best possible value from their presentation/time.

 

How can I get involved/present in this session?

To be considered to present in this session, you will need to submit an expression of interest using the submission portal.

The scientific organising committee will review all submissions. If there are more nominations than we have time for, the scientific committee will choose presentations based on the following criteria:

  • Value of participating in this session to the researcher.
  • Scientific merit / quality of the proposed project.
  • Significance and relevance to the infection prevention and control community, particularly conference delegates.

 

Nominations are closed. All submitting authors will be notified the outcome shortly.

About the College

The ACIPC is the peak body for Infection Prevention and Control professionals in the Australasian region. Our stated vision is the prevention and control of infection in our communities. We commenced in January 2012 bringing together the various State and Territory infection control associations formerly in AICA (The Australian Infection Control Association) to support and encourage collaboration across Australasia.

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