|This is an archived page from the website of the 2013 First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation.|
|Please note that this is a copy of a page from the original conference website which was hosted elsewhere; some links (eg to the conference venue) have been removed and some of the material within the page refers to functionality that is no longer available (eg references to material in the right-hand column).|
|A full site map of the archived website shows all the pages and elements that were on the original conference website.|
To understand how our conference works, see the event structure. We also describe the aim and themes of the conference; specifically what we hope to achieve, how we have conceptualised the thematic core of the conference and how and why this conference is different from most other conferences.
Registering for the conference is straightforward and can be done using the orange REGISTER button in the column to the right. Information on how to register, the registration fees and a general registration FAQ are also available.
Most of the conference will be broadcast live over the internet and also made available for later download. This will include all the plenaries and as much as possible of the digital poster program.
The conference will have 12 hours of plenary sessions, specifically:
- Plenary talks
- a Plenary panel on education for research integration and implementation and
- a Plenary debate on the need for a new discipline.
Digital posters are a feature of the conference and provide the main way for you and other participants to contribute and showcase your achievements.
And, of course, the conference will provide ample opportunities for networking both informally and through organised activities.
The best place to start finding out about this conference is the event structure page, which provides a succinct overview of the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation and a set of links to further detail.