The purpose of the clinical case presentations at the Annual Conference is strictly educational. Clinical cases should detail a particular clinical case, describe the clinical background of the individual, assessment, intervention and present data. As a whole, your case presentation should be an informative and useful part of a behaviour analyst’s on-going education.
Clinical case presentations should be those of interesting topics in ABA. Most cases tend to have a lot in common, which is fine, but you should try to put the emphasis in your presentation on what makes your clinical case study different from the others. There is always something that is different about each case, and the difference tends to be the most interesting aspect for the audience.
So try to find out how your project is different, and then emphasise that in your submission.
Submissions for acceptance in this category will be evaluated based on relevance to the fields of behaviour analysis in the areas of assessment, intervention, staff training, basic conceptual understanding, program design, and acceptability to our members. Preference will be given to submissions that include measures of baseline and intervention, as well as data related to treatment fidelity.
The total time allotted to each speaker is 18 minutes which includes 15 minutes of presentation and 3 minutes for questions.
Who can submit?
We invite submissions from behaviour analysts and other related professionals and industry partners - essentially anyone with a passion and commitment to the important role that behaviour analysis plays in our society.
How to submit
What happens after I submit?