Paper Presentations (in-person or virtual): 15 minute presentation, followed by a 5 minute question period.
Poster Presentations (in-person or virtual): will be displayed on boards (provided). Each presenter is to be available when scheduled to discuss his/her poster with conference participants. Posters can be presented virtually.
1st place ($250): Tara Diakow (MAIS) – A Gaybourhood Begins: Settlement and Community Building in Vancouver’s West End
2nd place ($150): Shelby Hopland Guidi (MAIS) – Cultural Model of Disability, Performance Art, and Mental Heath: Challenging Perceptions of Mental Health within the LGBTQ+ Community
3rd place ($100): Claire Granson (MC) – The Mental Health Benefits of Physical Activity for Children and Potential Use in Counselling
Notification of acceptance will be e-mailed to the submitter by September 1, 2019.
All presenters must register for the Conference by September 20, 2019.
If you do not register by this date, your abstract will be removed from the program.
Presenters are strongly encouraged to apply for funds to cover some of the costs to attend the conference.
Check the Funding Tab for more information on the available awards.