Abstract Submission Information and Guidelines

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Driving Change: Everyday Implementation invites implementation science researchers, practitioners, and experts to share their completed, on-going, and nascent projects in implementation with our global audience. All sectors across implementation are welcome and invited to participate! 

 

THE CALL FOR PROPOSALS IS NOW OPEN!

Abstracts outlining practical implementations of innovative ideas NISA and GIS are thrilled to invite you to submit an abstract for our upcoming Implementation Conference being held in Abuja, Nigeria this November 13-15. This conference is dedicated to highlighting the stories and developments of real-world applications, practical strategies, and valuable insights across various sectors of implementation science.

 

What We’re Looking For:

  • Abstracts outlining practical implementations of innovative ideas.
  • Case studies demonstrating the successful application of new methodologies.
  • Presentations showcasing real-world results and lessons learned.

Who Can Submit:

  • Program Practitioners with hands-on experience in implementing new approaches.
  • Researchers with demonstrably successful applications of their work.
  • Consultants with proven track records in helping organizations implement solutions.
  • Policymakers with experience implementing and/or advocating for evidence-based policy.

Submission Guidelines:

  1. Content: Clearly address the following points:
    • Problem/Challenge: Briefly describe the issue you addressed or the opportunity you identified.
    • Solution: Explain the approach you implemented, including relevant methodologies or tools.
    • Results: Outline the key outcomes and achievements of your implementation.
    • Lessons Learned: Share valuable insights and takeaways gained from your experience.
    • Relation to GIS Standards & Competencies: Please refer to the Third Edition of the GIS Competencies for Implementation Facilitators and indicate how the abstract proposal is related to these competencies.
  2. Formatting: Use a clear and concise writing style. Maximum 500 words total not including the relation to GIS Standards & Competencies.
    • Title of Abstract
    • Keywords
    • Relation to GIS Standards & Competencies: Please refer to the Third Edition of the GIS Competencies for Implementation Facilitators and indicate how the abstract proposal is related to these competencies.
    • Background
    • Objectives
    • Methodology
    • Findings
    • Conclusion
    • Maximum 500 Word Count
    • Additional Information
    • PDF abstract attachment

Important Dates:

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 15 June
  • Notification of Acceptance: 10 July

Contact: 

10 July For any questions regarding the submission process or the conference, please contact GIS at mads@globalimplementation.org.