International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference 2016
  1. Organising Committee
  2. Programme
  3. Keynote Speakers
  4. Abstract submissions
  5. Presenter Information
  6. Visas and refunds
  7. Accommodation
  8. Contact us about IARC 2016
  9. Presentations
International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference 2016

Abstract submissions

Abstract submission is now closed.

The Scientific Committee of IARC 2016 is calling for submissions on issues related to all aspects of aphasia rehabilitation. These include: acute, rehabilitation and community services; assessment, goal setting, intervention and long-term management of aphasia; neurological, linguistic, psychological and social approaches.

All submissions will be independently reviewed by the Scientific Committee. You are invited to submit your work for the following presentation formats: PLATFORM, LIGHTNING TALK, ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION or WORKSHOP, or POSTER.

You are invited to indicate your preferred presentation formats (1st and 2nd choice). Although the final decision about the accepted format rests with the Scientific Committee.

Please click here to refer to the guidelines for further information.

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