BRCC2017 looks forward to receiving a range of innovative, quality abstracts, reflecting the conference theme Inform Inspire Impact. Streams will cover policy and advocacy, cancer screening, early detection, communication, evaluation, Indigenous issues, lifestyle behaviours and interventions, psychosocial outcomes, prevention, and supportive and practical care.
Inform us with latest evidence
Inspire us with promising new ideas and developments
Impact the future of cancer prevention and improved cancer outcomes
Two types of original presentations will be welcomed at the Conference.
Research studies: Describing the collection, analysis and interpretation of behavioural cancer research studies; or
Practice, policy or advocacy reports: Describing the latest programs in prevention, cancer screening, early detection, lifestyle interventions, information and supportive care, or advocacy action.
To assist the Abstract Committee in applying a consistent evaluation and selection process, ensure that your abstracts cover the following prescribed headings:
|Research studies||Practice, policy or advocacy report|
|Background||Background and context|
|Conclusions||Outcomes/What was learned|
|'So what'/Implications||'So what'/Implications|
Please note: Abstracts can only be accepted if submitted online using the 'submit your abstract' button below. The button will open an online submission form. Multiple abstracts can be submitted.
Presentation Title: The title should be brief and include significant words that reflect the content of the abstract.
Authors: List the presenting author details first. Provide the full name of each author, the author's affiliation, city and state/country. The authors' listing in the program will be drawn from the information provided here.
Oral presentation or rapid fire presentation: Please nominate your preference for presenting your work at the conference; either an oral presentation (12 minutes) or rapid fire presentation (five minutes).
Style and length: The abstract text should be written in English and limited to 300 words (excluding the title and authors).
Entering your abstract text: You can type your text directly in the space provided or cut and paste from your document.
If you have any difficulties completing the form, contact us.
Call for abstracts - open from 2 September 2016 to 7 October 2016.
Abstracts will be reviewed and evaluated based on 5 criteria:
All review outcomes will be advised by 2 December 2016.
If your abstract is selected, you will be asked to respond to the conference convenor by email, and register online by Friday 16 December 2016. This will also ensure you get the earlybird rate.
Your place in the program will only be guaranteed after you have accepted the offer to present, and registered to attend.
Abstracts selected to be delivered as oral presentations will be scheduled thematically into concurrent sessions. Each speaker will present for 12 minutes, with up to two minutes allowed for questions immediately following. A session chair will moderate the sequence of papers and the discussions.
Rapid Fire presentations will again be a feature of BRCC2017, allowing the conference to provide maximum exposure to delegates' work. Presentations will be grouped by theme into concurrent sessions. Each presentation will be limited to five slides and must be presented in five minutes. A Q&A opportunity will occur after every 4 presentations. A session chair will moderate discussion and facilitate transitions between presentations. Strict timing will apply.
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Call for abstracts opens
2 September 2016
30 September 2016
Call for Abstracts closes
7 October 2016
Authors notified of results
2 December 2016
Presenter registration closes
16 December 2016
Early Bird registration closes
16 December 2016
24 April 2017