For 6th World Congress on Resilience Oral Presenters guidelines

 Guidelines for Oral Presenters


Theme: “Resilience and trauma: Conceptual development, challenges, and perspectives”
Example of abstract form:

Full Paper Title (Font 14 size, Arial font, bold)

Author(s) First Name Author(s) Last Name (Font 12 point, Arial, bold)
Organization/Affiliation (Font 10 point, Arial), Country (Font 10 point, Arial) Presenting Author’s E-mail address

<Introduction> and so on… please put into consideration the following:

  1. Abstract(s) and Full Paper(s) must be written in English or French.
    2. Use line spacing of 1
    3. Preferred fonts: Arial
    4. Set paper size A4 format with 20mm margins
    5. Do not write page numbers on the pages.
    6. Figures and tables must be numbered and captioned underneath.
    7. Please upload the abstracts as a Word-file and a PDF-file


The body of the abstract is limited to 300 words (excluding headings). Please include the following sections in your abstract: Background/Purpose, Objective, Methods, Results, and Conclusion.
• You will receive a notification that your abstract has been received within 24 hours of submission.  

Research Topics

Abstracts should describe research relevant to one of the following topics:

  1. Evidence based-practices and innovative research related to Trauma and Resilience
  2. Resilience and Gender-Based Violence (GBV)/Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
  3. Intergenerational Trauma and Resilience
  4. Resilience models
  5. Resilience in the context of Families
  6. Resilience in the context of war
  7. Resilience and collective societies
  8. Resilience and chronic illnesses
  9. Resilience and pandemics
  10. Resilience assessment models
  11. Assisted resilience models.
  12. Ethical implications and considerations associated with the best practices to understand and manage traumatic symptoms and community resilience in the face of trauma.
  13. Artistic and creative strategies that promote community resilience.
Deadline for submission: Thursday, 14th March, 2024
Abstracts submitted beyond the deadline will not be considered.
We encourage you to submit abstracts early to ensure prompt confirmation and  processing.