2019 Abstract Submission Practitioner Wisdom
Structured abstracts must be no longer than 300 words (in English) and should not include references. Please provide information under the following headings, ensuring that there is no identifying information included in this text, such as author details.
Title: Provide the title for your abstract
Background and purpose: Identify the specific question you set out to answer. Describe the type of performers you worked with (e.g., early career musicians, adolescent dancers), and the background factors that may be implicated in the problem you want to address (e.g., training methods, physical anomalies, or fatigue).
Methods: Describe the group of performing artists you worked with, what you did, and the body of literature that your approach is based upon and how your approach differs from others.
Results or Main Contribution: Describe what you did with the performing artist(s), in enough detail to differentiate your approach from others and to allow others with similar training to replicate your approach. Describe the outcome of your approach, along with any subjective or objective measures you used to support your assessment.
Implications: Describe the relevance of the knowledge imparted in this presentation to others who work in a similar capacity with performing artists, and any wider applicability. Describe any implications for further research.