The abstract submission process is now closed.
After the disruption of the last few years due to the COVID19 pandemic, we have the opportunity to learn from our experiences and transform ourselves, our practice, our future and our societies. In an Australian context, embracing the reforms identified in the Aged Care and Disability sectors, and this theme reflects our embracing of the transformative changes that will come from this, including end user led services, products, and practices.
Even more transformative in Australia is the implementation of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, an invitation to the Australian people from First Nations Australians to walk together to find a better future. As part of OSS2023, we also have the fortune to engage with our New Zealand whanau as part of this journey in the field of wheelchairs and seating. We embrace the concept of transformation and invite you to OSS2023 for an exploration of changing futures together.
Notifications of abstract acceptance
Authors will be notified whether their abstract has been accepted or declined from 13 June 2023.
(Note: only the primary author per abstract will be contacted. It is their responsibility to notify all contributors)
Publishing of abstracts
Abstracts will be made available on the OSS 2023 website and may be published in the symposium handbook which could be either a hardcopy or pdf version.
(Note: When submitting an abstract for the OSS 2023 the abstract may or may not be published at the discretion of the programe committee. This applies if your abstract is accepted or declined).
All presenters will be required to pay the relevant registration fee to attend OSS 2023. There is a special registration rate available to succesful abstract submitters, this will be advised upon acceptance of your abstract.
Abstract presenters are to meet their own travel and/or accommodation costs.