Doctoral, Masters Students and Early Career Researcher Showcase
- A novel way of communicating your research
The EAOHP Education Forum is organising a doctoral showcase session for PhD and masters students/scholars and young researchers undertaking research in any topic area relevant to Occupational Health Psychology. Early career researchers and students of all years are invited to present their research in a snappy, effective and innovative way to the audience. The aim of the showcase is to generate visibility to cutting-edge research, to communicate the main message of the research to academics and practitioners, to spark their interest, and to liaise and network with other research students. Invited are students of all years, at different stages of completion of their thesis and early career researchers just after completion of their PhD.
The categories under which students can enter are:
- The Grand Doctoral Plan: A three minute presentation for PhD students and Masters students to explain the research plan and initial ideas and the (potential) expected added value to knowledge and practice of their research. The use of two slides only is permitted. How do I submit an abstract for this session? Go to the Submission Form and select "The Grand Doctoral Plan" as the type of presentation.
- Just After Completion: A five minute presentation for early career researchers up to three years after completion of their PhD on the added value to knowledge and practice of their research. Additionally a brief personal reflection is expected on the question of ‘Was the effort worth it?’ Three slides are permitted. How do I submit an abstract for this session? Go to the Submission Form and select and select "Just After Completion" as the type of presentation.
The aim is not to give a full conference speech with a detailed background to the research, methods and results in the presentation but to convey the main idea, the main approach or the main message of the research. The use of humour, graphics or props is encouraged!
Send any queries to the EAOHP Education Forum Chair: Dr Birgit Greiner: email@example.com