In recent weeks the registration for our conference has spiked. As a way to accommodate interest in this event, we will be live streaming the plenary sessions for free. The plenary sessions will also be available for viewing after the conference. The livestream will be available at http://proof.utoronto.ca/conference/livestream/
At this late date, it is impossible for us to change the conference venue. If demand for registration continues to grow, we will use the livestream at the conference to project plenaries in an overflow room.
The program for Advancing Food Insecurity Research in Canada, November 17-18, 2016, will include a mix of panel discussions as well as presentations on current research. Trainees, scholars, and health professionals are invited to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations on topics related to understanding the causes and consequences of and responses to food insecurity in Canada, and the translation of food insecurity research into policy and practice. All relevant abstracts are welcome and will be considered.
Oral presentations: Presentations will be grouped with similarly themed topics. Presenters will have 10-15 minutes to present their work. Each session will also include time for questions. Abstract submissions for oral presentations that are not selected may be given the option of presenting posters.
Poster presentations: There will be a scheduled poster session where authors will be invited to showcase their work and answer questions.
Abstract deadline: July 15, 2016
Notification of acceptances: by August 5, 2016
If you have any submission revisions or questions regarding abstract submission, please email email@example.com.
Please note that all presenting authors must register for the conference. For more information, see Registration.
Abstract submission is now closed. Thank you for your interest.