Programme

The ICCH Online programme includes a range of sessions, composed of high-quality submissions addressing a variety of topics.  Plenaries will be available for registered participants to watch in advance of the meeting, so that time during the live session can be dedicated to an interactive Q&A session with the speaker.

Please note that each parallel session will offer 4 options for participants.  60-minute sessions will feature oral, works in progress and innovative technology presentations, whilst 90-minute sessions will offer symposia and workshops.

Time * Session
0730 – 0745 Morning Welcome
0745 – 0845 Parallel Session 1  
0900 – 1030 Parallel Session 2  
1030 – 1100 Break
1100 – 1200 Roundtable Discussions  
1200 – 1300 Lunch
1300 – 1345 Afternoon Welcome followed by Q&A with Plenary Speaker:
Saul Weiner, Contextualising medical decisions to individualise care
1400 – 1500 Parallel Session 3
1500 – 1530 Break
1530 – 1700 Parallel Session 4
1700 – 1730 ePoster Exhibition with Q&A  
Time * Session
0800 – 0845 Welcome followed by Q&A with Plenary Speaker:
Norbert Donner-Banzhoff, A deconstruction of clinical care, but ending on a positive note
0900 – 1030 Parallel Session 5  
1030 – 1100 Break
1100 – 1200 Parallel Session 6  
1200 – 1300 Lunch
1300 – 1345 Afternoon Welcome followed by Q&A with Plenary Speaker: **
Norbert Donner-Banzoff, A deconstruction of clinical care, but ending on a positive note
1400 – 1500 Parallel Session 7
1500 – 1530 Break
1530 – 1700 Parallel Session 8
1715 – 1815 Roundtable Discussions  
Time * Session
0900 – 1000 Parallel Session 9  
1015 – 1045 ePoster Exhibition with Q&A  
1100 – 1200 Parallel Session 10
1200 – 1300 Lunch
1300 – 1430 Parallel Session 11  
1430 – 1500 Break
1500 – 1600 Parallel Session 12
1615 – 1715 Roundtable Discussions  
1730 – 1800 Formal Close

* British Summer Time (BST), which is GMT +1
** The Welcome & Plenary live Q&A is being repeated on Thursday 10 September to enable both the Eastern and Western timezones to participate in this session

This programme is provisional and subject to change at the discretion of the Planning Committee and the needs of the organisers.

Oral, works in progress and innovative technology presentations will be streamed using Zoom conferencing technology. PowerPoint slides will be visible via screen sharing, with presentations followed by live Q&A to stimulate discussion (60-minute sessions) 

Symposia will incorporate a series of oral presentations followed by the opportunity for group discussion and questions from the audience. Facilitators may elect to make use of the polling functionality, whilst the chat function will allow questions to be submitted in real time (90-minute sessions)

Workshops will engage participants through interactive group discussions and activities. The online software will support screen-sharing slides, videos and other materials, as well as smaller group ‘breakout’ sessions and polling functionality (90-minute sessions)

Roundtable discussions offer the opportunity for facilitated conversation and networking on a particular topic. Animated discussions between presenters and participants will be streamed via video link, with the facility to submit questions in real time (60-minute sessions) 

The ePoster exhibition will be available for all participants to browse at leisure. Poster presenters have the option to provide a short oral pitch to further explain their poster, whilst further queries can be discussed directly with the author by submitting written questions via the chat facility.