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The Society for Ambulatory Assessment (SAA) will hold a conference in Australia for the first time in January 2020. The conference will take place in the historic Old Arts precinct of the University of Melbourne.

The University of Melbourne is only a short walk or tram ride away from Melbourne's city centre, international restaurants, cafes, and bars, parks, and Melbourne Zoo. The SAA2020 conference (Thursday 16th January to Saturday 18th January) will include symposia, regular and flash talks, and poster presentations with a pre-conference on Wednesday the 15th of January. We invite you to submit your presentation for SAA2020 in Australia.

Keynote Speakers

Abstract submissions now open.

Abstract submissions are now open and will close on the 15th of July, 2019.

Please submit your abstract here.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Flash talks and Posters.
SAA2020 will include flash talk and poster sessions, targeted at students. You may be invited to swap your presentation between formats.

  • Flash talks: 5 minutes each + 1 question.
  • Posters: displayed during a 90 minute poster session.

Individual talks.
This presentation format allows for 15 minutes of individual presentation time followed by a discussion moderated by the session chairperson. Presentations will be grouped by topics and themes.  Each accepted presentation will be scheduled in a session of 90 minutes with three other individual presenters.

Symposium proposals are to be submitted by a single organisers / chair-person. A symposium will last 90 minutes and can include 3 talks + 1 discussant or 4 talks. Please provide an overall title and abstract for your symposium as well as titles and abstracts for each talk.

With thanks to our conference partners:

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