If you are a young and dynamic researcher, IConS provides you a platform to showcase your abilities to communicate your research endeavors’ in the field of mental health. All entries will be judged for two Best Young Researcher Awards which includes a Certificate and a Cash Prize.
Last date for submission 31 May 2020
The work should be original research and it should not have been published anywhere (fully or in part)
You should be less than 35 years in age – proof of age needs to be submitted (scanned copy of a government identification to be uploaded, file named as (Your initial_2020_ID)
You should have been the main researcher involved in the work that you are presenting
You MUST BE A REGISTERED DELEGATE FOR THE CONFERENCE, if the paper has to be considered for the award
Full paper, the application form and an identity proof must be completed and submitted ONLINE by the 31th of May 2020. APPLICATION FOR AWARD YOUNG MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS – IConS 2020. Your paper must be named as follows: YourInitials_2020_YRAPaper.pdf
The papers will be sent to external judges, who will evaluate the written papers and shortlist candidates for oral presentations. Shortlisted candidates will present their papers orally at the conference. Intimations for oral presentation will be sent by 31st of July 2020.
Marks obtained for the written and the oral papers will be consolidated to identify the Best Two Young Researchers
Oral presentations made at the conference will be evaluated
Certificates for award winners will be issued only to the PRESENTER
Certificates of participation will be issued only to all applicants, named as first authors.
The following documents should be submitted as a pdf or word document
IConS had a hugely successful beginning in 2004. Since then, this biennial conference has become an important event for both experienced and young mental health researchers. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020, for the first time - IConS will have to be postponed to 2021. We will announce the dates for the next year very soon. Until then - stay safe and take care. The Organising Committee IConS