Call for Abstracts
Abstract Submission Invitation
We warmly welcome abstract submissions for the Redressing the Balance: Women in Sport and Exercise Conference in 2021. Abstracts will be selected to either give an oral presentation, produce a poster for display, or for the ‘5 in 5’ format.
The content of the abstract should fit into the main themes of the Conference:
Redressing the Balance through specific issues influencing performance, physical activity, exercise and health.
Redressing the Balance through the equity of representation in sport via leadership, governance, media and active participation.
Redressing the Balance by promoting inclusion, identity and empowerment through sport, physical activity, exercise and health.
Redressing the Balance through assessing impact and implications for practice.
Oral presentations will be organised in parallel sessions of three to four presentations per session. The presentations will be 15 minutes and 5 minutes for questions. If multiple authors present for a single presentation, the time allotted must be split between those presenters.
Poster sessions are a good medium for authors to display their work to all delegates and meet to have their work sampled by all delegates and meet with interested delegates. Poster viewing opportunities will be available throughout both days.
‘5 in 5’
The 5 slides in 5 minute presentations will provide an overview of a topic in a quick, clear and insightful manner. Presentations will last for 5 minutes with 5 minutes available for questions.
Before submitting, please read the following guidelines for submitting an abstract for the 2021 WISE Conference below.
Abstract Submission Dates
The call for abstracts is open and the deadline for submission is 5pm GMT on Sunday 31st January 2021.
The online submission form is open.
Guidelines for submitting an abstract for the 2021 WISE Conference
These guidelines are intended to help you submit a clear and concise abstract for oral, poster image or 5 in 5 presentation at the Women and Sport and Exercise Conference 2021 for consideration by the Review Panel.
General Abstract Information:
On submission of an abstract you are agreeing to attend the WISE Conference and present your oral presentation/poster/5 in 5 at whatever time is scheduled within the Conference Programme.
All authors must have contributed to the abstract.
The presenting author for each abstract submitted must be the first author of the submission so it is clearly identifiable at the time of abstract submission.
Please follow the instructions below when submitting an abstract:
Abstracts must be typed into the Abstract Submission Form.
Abstracts are restricted to 250 words
Adhere to the following format where applicable:
ii. author(s) name(s) and affiliation(s),
iii. Presenting author,
iv. Background of research or impact or implications of practice including background, aim(s), methods, results, conclusion
Use UK English spelling and punctuation
Use Ariel font size 11, single-line spacing
Use the APA style of referencing, but keep referencing to a minimum
How are the abstracts judged and when will I be informed of the outcome?
All abstracts will be reviewed by the WISE reviewing panel. After undergoing the review process, corresponding authors will be informed about the acceptance of their submission by Friday 19th February 2021.
All abstracts will be reproduced in the Conference Programme and submission of an abstract constitutes consent for publication.
Authors may state their preferred presentation format, however the final decision will lie with the WISE Review Panel, based on the nature of the abstract and its content.