All you need to know
Payment: Senior researcher fee 100 €, trainee researcher fee (post doc, doctoral- and master students) 50 €
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Venue: Sune Bergströms aula, Nya Karolinska (J3:07:Sune)
09:00 – 09:50 REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
09:50 - 10:00 Welcome (Rikard Wicksell)
10:00 – 10:20 Introduction: why single case experiments? (Johan Vlayen)
10:25 – 11:05 Visual analysis of N=1 data (Steven Linton)
11:05 – 11:15 LEG STRETCHER
11:20 – 12:00 Statistical analyses of N=1 (Patrick Onghena)
12:00 – 13:30 LUNCH & POSTER SESSION
13:30 – 14:10 Guidelines for conducting N=1 trials (Sunita Vohra)
14:15 – 14:55 Experience sample methods (Falko Sniehotta)
15:00 – 15:40 Single-case reporting guideline in behavioral interventions (Robyn Tate)
15:40 – 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 – 16:30 Panel discussion with Q&A (All speakers)
16:30 – 16:45 Conclusions and looking forward (Johan Vlayen & Rikard Wicksell)
17:00 – 19:00 “AFTER CONFERENCE” MINGLE (Haga Bottega, Elite Hotel Carolina Tower)
*Open to all participants at own cost
Practical information to all registered attendees:
An email with practical information has been sent to you (on Friday October 19) it seems that some of you have not received it - please check your mailbox that it has not been put in the bin or as spam.
Here is a roundup of information to help you get ready. The conference is held at venue Sune Bergströms Aula, Nya Karolinska (J3:07:Sune) (Address: Eugeniavägen 3). Registration desk opens at 09:00 and first speaker is up at 09:50 – we run a tight schedule so please be on time. Posters should be mounted between 09:00-09:50, needles are available at the registration desk.
There are some small changes in the program as we have made room for a panel discussion with Q&A at the end of the day. To be able to fit this in to the busy schedule the lunch break is slightly shorted. For detailed schedule please see above.
If you have chosen invoice as payment method but not yet received the invoice – don’t worry, we will send the last invoices last week of October – as long as you have provided us with your invoice information you are all set for now.
Finally we would like to invite you to the “After conference mingle” held at Elite Hotel Carolina Tower, restaurant Haga Bottega, 17:00-19:00. Take the opportunity to mingle with the speakers, organizers and all the other attendees with a special interest in single-case experimental design. You will have the opportunity to buy drinks in the bar, and the restaurant downstairs will be open for those who want to continue the evening after the mingle. If you are planning on joining the mingle, please mention this at the registration desk when you register, so we can give the restaurant a heads up on the number of guests.
The official hashtag for the event is #N1STHLM18, twitter away and spread the word of single case experimental design!
See you on Friday,
The conference committee
- Raise interest in single-case research
- Help bridge Scientist-Practitioner gap
- Summarize state of the art for interested clinicians + applied researchers
- Create a network on N=1 design users
Postersession: Submit posters to the N=1 Stockholm symposium
Posters will be displayed all day, and presented by the authors during the 1,5 hour lunch break/poster session.
The purpose of the poster session is primarily to facilitate discussions among conference attendants.
Please note that also posters presented at previous conferences will be accepted, as well as posters based on data from already published studies.
The poster should be within 80 w x 120 h (cm).
Submit a poster abstract (or complete poster) via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org