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Workshop proposals should include:
Workshop proposals include the following sections for a combined maximum of 350 words: workshop goals, intended audience, presentation format, and workshop overview/outline.
Workshop content should be original work of educational benefit to workshop attendees. ISOQOL policy prohibits the use of workshops as a platform for presenters to conduct research for personal advancement or to market a product.
The number of workshop presenters should be disclosed at the time of abstract submission and, due to the peer review and committee selection process, the presenters must not be altered after a workshop is selected. A presenter who is no longer able to travel to the conference location may be replaced upon notification to the ISOQOL office.
Workshop proposals will undergo a blind peer review led by the Workshop Committee. Workshop proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
The submitter will receive notification of the committee’s selection in early March 2019. Organizers of selected workshops must formally confirm their presentations, review and agree to the presenter terms and conditions through the online submission system. The deadline for confirmation is 18 March 2019.