EMCR Forum 2021 - Abstract Submission
...::: Welcome to the EMCRF21 Abstract Submission Form :::...

Please follow the instructions below carefully to submit your abstract. If you have any queries, please email Tiago Zortea at Tiago.Zortea@glasgow.ac.uk.


Title: No longer than 180 characters with spaces (approx. 15 words). Please do not use capital letters. Use upper-case letters only for the first word and names.

• Author(s) details (name and affiliation): First name(s) followed by surname(s); Institution of affiliation, country. Please insert a space (enter) between authors’ information.
• The body of the text should be no longer than 1850 characters with spaces (approx. 250 words) and should include:

For completed work:

Background: State the primary objectives of the study, including the main research questions, aims or theory being tested. Methods: Quantitative studies should include design, participants, measures and analyses; qualitative studies should include design, participants, methods of data collection and analysis, e.g. thematic analysis, discourse analysis, interpretative phenomenological analysis. Findings: Quantitative studies should include a summary of the results (accompanied by important statistical information); qualitative studies should include a description of the main findings such as the themes or categories generated. Discussion: Conclusions and/or some discussion of the possible contribution to, or implications for, psychology and other relevant contexts related to self-harm or suicide.

For work in progress:

Background: State the primary objectives of the study, including the main research questions, aims or theory being tested. Methods: Quantitative studies should include design, participants, measures and analyses; qualitative studies should include design, participants, methods of data collection and analysis, e.g. thematic analysis, discourse analysis, interpretative phenomenological analysis. Expected results: Describe the preliminary or expected results. Current stage of work: Describe the stage you are at with regard to the planned work. Discussion: Some discussion of the possible contribution to, or implications for, the field of self-harm or suicide research.

• Please do not include references in the body or at the end of your abstract.
• Provide three keywords (lower-case letters).
• Given the online format of the event (via Zoom), this year only presentations in the format of oral communication will be accepted (not posters).

The Forum Committee welcomes all proposals related to suicide and self-harm research. During the submission process, please select the category in which your proposal best fits.

Deadline for abstract submission: Monday, 24th May 2021, 23:59 (BST)*
Abstract acceptance: Monday 31st May 2021

*Contact with delegates will only be made after the abstract submission deadline. Hence, do not expect a confirmation email right after submitting your abstract through this form, please. Thanks.

Email address *
Title *
No longer than 180 characters with spaces (approx. 15 words). Use upper-case letters only for the first word and names.
Authors and affiliation
First name(s) followed by surname(s), Institution of affiliation, Country. Please insert each authors’ information in a new line. E.g:

Tiago Zortea, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Seonaid Cleare, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Karen Wetherall, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Authors *
Modality: *
Abstract: *
The body of the text should be no longer than 1850 characters with spaces (approx. 250 words). Please include your abstract according to the guidelines provided on the top of this page for completed work or work in progress.
Keywords: *
Provide three keywords (lower-case letters. e.g., suicide; childhood trauma; psychological vulnerability).
Submission categories *
Are you happy to have photos of yourself and your slides posted on social media? *
First author's Twitter handle (optional)
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