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Abstract submission is now closed. Thank you for your contribution.

Timeline

December  - Open call

15/04/22 – Submission deadline

06/05/22 – acceptance notification

Presentation types

  • Oral presentations (15 – 20 minutes)
  • Poster presentation
  • Experiential activity (e.g., workshop, creative performance, personal narration; 60 – 90 minutes)

If you and your colleagues would like to combine your presentations into a symposium format, please contact Lene Larsen at

Abstract proposal requirements

Max 250 words

The abstract proposal should explain the topic of your presentation, and describe why the material, research, practice, or policy is important to the field of bereavement and grief in a European context. 

For experiential activities please provide a narrative description, including type of activity, purpose, and target audience.

Other abstracts should include the following headings:

  • Title
  • Background
  • Rationale
  • Design
  • Evaluation
  • Conclusion.

Indicate the preferred type of presentation

  • Oral presentation
  • Poster presentation

Indicate if your abstract relates to

  • grief in society (Level 0)
  • the universal experience of grief (Level 1)
  • providing services in a volunteer/community space (Level 2)
  • complex and complicated grief (Level 3)

Indicate the type of focus

  • Research: for example, presentation of original research findings, how they offer a new perspective or inform or link to existing research and theory.
  • Practice: for example, describing a promising new and innovative intervention or program, including experiential activities.
  • Policy/Education: for example, describing a new bereavement-related policy or initiative, or law

List at least three but no more than five references.

Presenter information

The following information should be submitted for the presenter(s): First name, last name, highest degree/designation, affiliation, country, e-mail address.
If your abstract is accepted, you will be asked to submit a brief biographical statement for the book of published abstracts.

Review process

Abstract proposals will be evaluated through a blind peer review. The review will look at the clarity of content, quality, and rigour, relationship to the Bereavement Network Europe’s mission and the Grief Conference vision and purpose, interest, and usefulness of content to conference attendees. Priority will be given to abstracts using European data.

The abstract review committee reserve the right to make the final determination regarding the classification of your presentation in terms of the relevant track (Level 0 – 3) and focus (research, practice, policy/education). 

Questions

For questions or additional information, please contact Chief Consultant Lene Larsen at the Danish National Center for Grief, at mail or phone +45 33 766 779