We are now accepting applications for poster presentations. We invite community members, organizations, researchers, and other stakeholders who do work focusing on youth cannabis use to submit an abstract. Poster topics on toolkits, resources, program overviews along with research, policy, promising practices, or cultural evidence established 2010 onwards are all welcome.
Mon., Dec. 14, 2020
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020
Deadline to Confirm
Wed., Dec. 23, 2020
Inclusion Criteria for Abstract
- The forum includes themes of intersectionality, harm reduction, education, and resiliency woven throughout the day. While we welcome all topics related to cannabis use among youth, preference will be given to poster content that highlights themes such as resiliency, harm reduction, education, intersectional identities, and lived experience.
- For this forum, we are only accepting submissions from within Canada.
- To ensure currency, we welcome abstracts based on research, policy, promising practices, or cultural evidence established 2010 onwards.
- Presenting authors are not allowed to present more than 2 poster abstracts.
- Abstracts must be submitted in 150 words or less.
Please keep in mind, at time of acceptance to present, presenters must register for the Forum.
Final posters can be in PDF (one page) OR video (3 minutes) format.
All posters must:
- fit on one page in portrait style (11” wide x 17” high)
- be in PDF format
- include the following headings*:
- Title, authors, acknowledgements
- Background (or issue or introduction)
- Methodology (or setting)
- Results (or project or key arguments)
- Conclusion (or outcomes or implications)
*Please note that headings may vary depending on the type of poster you submit. E.g. research, practice, or policy-based.
Video presentations consist of 2 parts:
- 1. A pre-recorded PowerPoint presentation that must:
- be a maximum length of 3 minutes
- be submitted in MP4 video format
- contain slides in 16:9 format
- contain a maximum of five slides with content as follows*:
- Slide 1: Title, authors, acknowledgements
- Slide 2: Background (or issue or introduction)
- Slide 3: Methodology (or setting)
- Slide 4: Results (or project or key arguments). Results may be presented in table or graph form; authors are encouraged to refrain from delivering results both in text and table/graph format.
- Slide 5: Conclusion (or outcomes or implications)
- 2. An audio walkthrough of your presentation.
*Please note that content may vary depending on the type of poster you submit. E.g. research, practice, or policy-based.