Panel Discussions are 90 minute sessions that include a panel of presenters giving in-depth, state-of-the art lectures. Cutting-edge research, clinical treatments, and translation from research to practice are presented. They include a maximum of three speakers, one of whom is also the moderator and session organizer. Three presentations 20 minutes in length each with 5 minutes of questions after are given and approximately 20-30 minutes is left at the end of the session for questions and discussion with the audience to explore common themes from the lectures, challenges addressed, and solutions offered.
Items required for these proposals.
- Title of the session.
- Topic/subtopic selected from IASP’s list of topic categories.
- Intended audience.
- Description of the session.
- Educational Objectives, Application, and Implication of this session: 3 statements completing this sentence: “Upon completion of this session, attendees will…”
- Why is this the right time for the work to be presented? What challenge or advancement to the field does this workshop address?
- How do you plan to engage the audience?
- Speakers and Session Organizer:
- Professional information (title, institution name)
- Contact information (complete mailing address, telephone number, fax number, email address)
- IASP membership number (if applicable)
- Proposed title of each speaker’s presentation
- Description each speaker’s presentation.
- One key insight learners will take away from the presentation.