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Paper / Abstract Submission

We thank you for your interest to contribute your work to the RehabWeek 2019. Each RehabWeek conference has set up their own submission process, including their own set of instructions. Please see below for the links to the respective instructions and submission platforms.

Please note that while you are very welcome to submit different work to different RehabWeek conferences, we cannot accept double submissions of the same work to different RehabWeek conferences.

We are looking forward to your submissions by midnight EST on February 15th 2019. Corresponding authors will be informed about the acceptance or rejection of their submission no later than April 1st 2019. All presenting authors must have paid the full registration fee by May 15th 2019 in order for their submission to definitely be included in the program.

INRS

The INRS accepts 2000 character abstracts (including spaces; appr. 250-300 words) about the CLINICAL APPLICATION OF REHABILITATION TECHNOLOGY. The INRS accepts abstracts for poster submissions only, no oral platform presentations. INRS abstracts will not be published, but made available to all RehabWeek attendees in electronical form. Please click here to submit your abstract. We are looking forward to your contribution and thank you for helping us make the INRS and RehabWeek 2019 a great event!

ACRM

Due to overlapping submission schedules with ACRM's annual conference, ACRM is not able to accept abstracts for the 2019 RehabWeek conference. ACRM highly encourages any individuals interested in submitting an abstract to submit through one of our RehabWeek partners. Individuals with topics in Clinical Application of Rehabilitation Technology may consider INRS. Topics describing electrical stimulation technologies and their uses may be submitted through our IFESS partner. 

Please refer to each individual society's instructions on this page for their instructions on submitting an abstract. 

ICORR

Scientific papers: will be presented as posters for the interactive sessions, or for a podium presentation. Six pages in the standard IEEE format are allowed for each paper, including figures. All accepted papers will be published as full-papers on IEEE Xplore.

 

IFESS

IFESS accepts short 1-page abstracts or 4-page conference paper submissions that describe electrical stimulation technologies and their uses. Both types of submissions will be considered for poster or oral presentations, and the submitter can choose one. The best 4-page conference papers may be considered for an opportunity to be published in the Journal of Artificial Organs. Also the 4-page conference paper submissions are mandatory to be eligible for the Vodovnic student award. Submission link will be available soon.

ISPO Canada

Information will be available soon

RESNA

PAPER PLATFORM

RESNA accepts scientific papers each year for presentation along two paths. Path one is for professionals in the AT field. Path two is for students studying the AT field. We ask that you provide the information requested in our submission guidelines. This includes 2000 character abstracts. The guidelines provide information about the form, content, and how to submit your paper. Papers are submitted through the online portal at http://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/RESNA2019. Once reviewed and approved, authors will be informed that they were accepted for a Paper platform for the top 4 to 5 authors per focus area. Accepted papers will be posted on RESNA’s website and will be publicly available as Conference Proceedings. The abstracts of accepted papers will also be published in an issue of RESNA’s Assistive Technology journal. The Journal also invites authors of conference papers to submit a longer, full-length manuscript.

POSTER PRESENTATION

RESNA accepts scientific papers each year for presentation along two paths. Path one is for professionals in the AT field. Path two is for students studying the AT field. We ask that you provide the information requested in our submission guidelines. This includes 2000 character abstracts. The guidelines provide information about the form, content, and how to submit your paper. Papers are submitted through the online portal at http://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/RESNA2019. Once approved, authors will be informed that they were accepted for a Poster presentation, a 1.5 hour block where one can discuss their work with individuals and small groups in the poster focus area. Accepted papers will be posted on RESNA’s website and will be publicly available as Conference Proceedings. The abstracts of accepted papers will also be published in an issue of RESNA’s Assistive Technology journal.

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