ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

DEADLINE JUNE 21, 2019

GUIDELINES

We kindly ask authors to use this template to prepare their abstracts for submission. Abstracts should contain a maximum of 250 words (excluding title, authors, affiliations and keywords) and be submitted through the dedicated link at the conference website. Please note that all abstracts must be submitted as pdf-files. Deadline for Late Breaking Abstract Submission is June 21, 2019.

Each author can submit only one abstract to be considered for oral or poster presentation, but may be non-presenting author in other submissions. Upon submission of an abstract, authors commit to register and attend the conference, and present their work, or otherwise make arrangements to have a registered abstract co-author presenting it in their place.

We primarily seek contributions from quantitative research on:

    • The drivers of home cooking and away-from-home food consumption
    • Underlying processes of behavioural change
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    • Effects on the nutrition, health, economic and psychosocial status of individuals
But we also welcome contributions from quantitative or mixed methods research on:
    • The definitions, meanings and measures of home cooking and cooking skills
    • The design, implementation and evaluation of cooking skill interventions, related nutrition education programmes and health policies
    • Lay, scientific and professional knowledge about the role of cooking and cooking methods in the preparation of healthy meals and the pursuit of a balanced diet

      • Societal, economic and environmental effects of evolving meal consumption patterns

Abstracts reporting study findings must clearly state research aims, methods, main results and implications. Abstracts presenting area overviews, conceptual work or opinion pieces may exceptionally be considered, if deemed to contribute significantly to the field or conference debates. All abstracts should include up to three keywords at the end, to help position their contribution in the appropriate disciplinary areas.

Members of the conference scientific and organizing committees will review all submitted abstracts and decide upon their acceptance for oral or poster presentation. Decisions on Late Breaking Abstracts will be communicated to submitting authors no later than June 28, 2019. All accepted abstracts presented at the conference will be included in the conference abstract book. Selected abstracts will be published in MENU, the free on-line journal of the Institut Paul Bocuse (editor-in-chief Dr. Agnès Giboreau)

Accepted oral presentations will be allocated a 15-minute slot (10 min talk + 5 min Q&A) in the conference program; accepted poster presentations will take place during afternoon coffee breaks in the two days of the conference. Detailed guidelines for preparing both types of presentations will be provided in due course. These and the final conference program will be available at the conference website with ample time to meet registration deadlines.

We kindly ask authors to use this template to prepare their abstracts for submission. Abstracts should contain a maximum of 250 words (excluding title, authors, affiliations and keywords) and be submitted through the dedicated link at the conference website. Please note that all abstracts must be submitted as pdf-files. Deadline for Late Breaking Abstract Submission is June 21, 2019.

Each author can submit only one abstract to be considered for oral or poster presentation, but may be non-presenting author in other submissions. Upon submission of an abstract, authors commit to register and attend the conference, and present their work, or otherwise make arrangements to have a registered abstract co-author presenting it in their place.

We primarily seek contributions from quantitative research on:

    • The drivers of home cooking and away-from-home food consumption
    • Underlying processes of behavioural change
    • Effects on the nutrition, health, economic and psychosocial status of individuals
  • We also welcome contributions from quantitative or mixed methods research on:

      • The definitions, meanings and measures of home cooking and cooking skills
      • The design, implementation and evaluation of cooking skill interventions, related nutrition education programmes and health policies
      • Lay, scientific and professional knowledge about the role of cooking and cooking methods in the preparation of healthy meals and the pursuit of a balanced diet
      • Societal, economic and environmental effects of evolving meal consumption patterns

    Abstracts reporting study findings must clearly state research aims, methods, main results and implications. Abstracts presenting area overviews, conceptual work or opinion pieces may exceptionally be considered, if deemed to contribute significantly to the field or conference debates. All abstracts should include up to three keywords at the end, to help position their contribution in the appropriate disciplinary areas.

    Members of the conference scientific and organizing committees will review all submitted abstracts and decide upon their acceptance for oral or poster presentation. Decisions on Late Breaking Abstracts will be communicated to submitting authors no later than June 28, 2019.

    All accepted abstracts presented at the conference will be included in the conference abstract book. Selected abstracts will be published in MENU, the free on-line journal of the Institut Paul Bocuse (editor-in-chief Dr. Agnès Giboreau)

    Accepted oral presentations will be allocated a 15-minute slot (10 min talk + 5 min Q&A) in the conference program; accepted poster presentations will take place during afternoon coffee breaks in the two days of the conference. Detailed guidelines for preparing both types of presentations will be provided in due course. These and the final conference program will be available at the conference website with ample time to meet registration deadlines.

    ABSTRACT SUBMISSION