The deadline for the submission of abstracts has now passed.
- Conceptualizing stuttering
- Genetics and Neurophysiology
- More than speech
- Cluttering and acquired stuttering
- Advancing clinical practice through research
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORMATS
One aim of the Oxford Dysfluency Conference is to encourage stuttering research and to advance this aim we will be providing a high-quality scientific forum for that research.
All abstracts will be reviewed to ensure scientific rigor. Authors are requested to consider the relevance of research findings for clinical practice. Submissions with a clinical focus should consider the evidence base for the methods.
Abstract submissions are sought for the following presentation formats:
Posters may have a clinical or research focus. Please submit a 200–300 word abstract.
These presentations will be 15 minutes duration, plus 5 minutes for questions. Please submit a 400-500 word abstract summarizing the aims, methodology, results and conclusions of the research.
Where possible, research should be presented as a Research Paper. However, the Committee recognizes that there will be some researchers who have a body of research or a theoretical perspective that they wish to present that would not fit into the research paper format. There will be a limited number of 1-hour sessions available. Please submit a 400-500 word abstract for consideration.
Scientific Committee Presentation Advisor
Conference presenters will have the opportunity to gain support and advice from a member of the Scientific Committee during the development of their presentation, after their presentation has been accepted. The Scientific Committee member will be available to discuss options for presentation content and format, and potential audience questions, both prior to and during the conference. If you would like to have a Scientific Committee Member advisor, please contact Shelley Brundage or Sharon Millard.
ASHA CEUs will be available on select presentations. More details will follow when the programme is announced.
ODC Special issue: JCD Call for Papers
13th Oxford Dysfluency Conference - JCD Special Issue Opportunity
All presenters at the 2023 Oxford Dysfluency Conference will be eligible to submit their work for possible publication in a Special Issue of the Journal of Communication Disorders (JCD). Papers of all types are welcome. However, only studies for which complete data is available (i.e., not in progress or preliminary) will be considered for publication. Further details will be available closer to the conference.
A condition of submission is that if accepted one of the authors will register for and present at the conference.
Successfully submitted abstracts will be acknowledged with an electronic receipt including an abstract reference number, which should be quoted in all correspondence.
If you do not receive acknowledgement for your abstract submission or you wish to make any essential revisions to an abstract already submitted, please DO NOT RESUBMIT your abstract, as this may lead to duplication. Please contact us with details of any revisions or queries. Please quote your reference number if you have one.
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