”LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK – ALOPS 21”
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
The College of Social Work, Belgrade
Belgrade, November 25-26, 2021.
THE NEW REALITY: CONTINUITY AND CHANGES
In line with its mission aimed at the development of education and science, the College of Social Work in Belgrade, in cooperation with the Social Protection Chamber, is organizing the Fourth International Scientific Conference in Speech and language pathology, Occupational therapy, Social work, and from this year also Psychology. The previous acronym of the Conference – ALOS, is changed into ALOPS (inserting “P” for psychology).
As in previous years, this scientific conference provides an opportunity to unite the leading views of domestic and foreign academic scientists and astute practitioners on the topics concerning speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, social work and psychology. Appreciating your previous results in the scientific and professional career, we would like to invite you to join us and contribute to our International Scientific Conference through the exchange of knowledge and experience.
ALOPS21 has been planned as an online conference, but in case of changes in pandemic conditions, we would be glad to see you in person.
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Preventive approaches in speech and language pathology
Latest developments in speech and language pathology diagnostics
Innovative technology in speech and language pathology
Contemporary models of speech therapy
Normative framework of speech and language pathology as a profession
Speech therapy profession in the Covid pandemic
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Special education and rehabilitation
Challenges and experiences in working as an occupational therapist
Performance and assessment models in occupational therapy
Occupational therapy in children
Occupational therapy and healthy ageing
Occupational therapy and mental health
Occupational therapy and physical rehabilitation
Occupational therapy and early intervention
Sensory integration therapy
Modern and assistive technologies
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Psychological crisis interventions
Stress, trauma and resilience
Crises and development
Mental health challenges
The psychology of crisis communication
Creativity and innovation in times of crisis
Youth dating violence prevention
Information technologies in psychotherapy and counselling
Understanding domestic violence and sexual abuse from a psychological and psychotherapeutic perspective
Multiculturalism in the theory and practice of psychological counselling
The impact of the crisis on education
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN SOCIAL WORK
Challenges of social protection at the time of the COVID-19 pandemic
Domestic violence, peer violence
Addictions: new forms, virtual reality
Violence and crime in cyberspace
Problems caused by the activities of religious sects
Characteristics of work with vulnerable groups
Latest developments in advisory and supervisory work
New forms of psychosocial preventive programs
Application and abstract submission deadline: 10 October 2021
Confirmation of acceptance of the abstract: 25 September 2021
Full paper submission deadline: 15 December 2021
Confirmation of acceptance of the paper: 28 December 2021
Sending full papers and confirming a paper acceptance is supposed to be after presenting the paper at the conference ALOPS21.
THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF CONFERENCE
The official/working languages of the Conference are
Serbian and English.
Early registration fee: until 30 Sept 2021
Regular registration fee: until 30 Oct 2021
After that dates, the registration fee: 150€
Registration fee includes Book of Proceedings (CD), conference materials, refreshments during the Conference.
Payment of the conference fee and two positive reviews are necessary for publishing a paper.
For participiants from Serbia:
- Active participiants – 6.000 rsd / 9.000 rsd
- Passive participiants – 3.000 rsd / 4.500 rsd
- Student fee* – 2.000 rsd/3.000 rsd
*student registration fee is for all undergraduate and master’s students of Language and Speech Therapy and Social work from all accredited higher education institutions in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of North Macedonia, Croatia and Slovenia.
The number of applications is limited.
For participiants from other countries:
- Active participiants – 60 Eura – 90 Eura
- Passive participiants – 40 Eura – 60 Eura
The accounts for payments:
Account number: 170-0030036480000-17 Unicredit bank
Payments from abroad: RS0071900001783 Komercijalna banka
BIC/SWIFT CODE: KOBBRSBG
Payment beneficiary: Visoka škola socijalnog rada
Address: Terazije 34, 11000 Beograd
Payment purpose: ALOPS21 + name and surname
Send the (scanned) copy of the payment slip to the e-mail: email@example.com
r kao: ALOPS21 + ime i prezime
Kopiju (skeniranu) uplatnice pošaljite na: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions for contributors – Book of Abstracts
The abstract should include the author’s name and surname, affiliation, manuscript title, the content of the abstract and keywords. The abstract should contain up to 300 (font 12, Times New Roman, Justify), including the subject matter of the research, the objective of the research, theoretical and methodological approaches used in the research, results and conclusions. Right below the abstract, there should be given up to 5 keywords. One person can participate as the author or co-author of a maximum of two papers, only once as the first author. Both Serbian and English version of the manuscript title and abstract should be sent. All abstracts submitted to the conference will be reviewed. The abstracts of papers accepted for the presentation at the Conference will be published in the Book of Abstracts.
For questions and further information: email@example.com
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS
The full paper submission deadline is December 15th, 2021.
It is crucial to prepare the papers according to the given propositions. Please, keep in mind that the authors themselves are responsible for the proofreading of their papers.
Paper length: 24,000 minimum, 30,000 maximum characters (with spaces)
Languages: Serbian and English
Text format: MS Word (Docx, Doc)
Font: Times New Roman, Latin script
Page format: A4 (210×297mm)
Line spacing: 1,5
Margins: left 2cm, right 1.5cm, top 2cm, bottom 1.5cm
Title of paper: 14 pt., bold, alignment centered, in upper case, one line spacing above and below the title
Names and affiliation of the contributors: 12 pt., alignment centered, one line spacing below the title, the contributor who is to present the paper must be underlined
Contributor’s e-mail for correspondence: in the first footnote, 10 pt., alignment justified, at the bottom of the cover page
Abstract: 200-300 words, 12 pt., alignment justified, one line below affiliation
Summary: at the end of the paper, after the list of cited references, in English; the same requirements as the abstract
Keywords: right below the abstract are given – up to 6 keywords
Body of the text: 12 pt., alignment justified
Subtitles: 12 pt., bold, upper case, alignment justified, one line spacing above and below subtitle, without numbering
Citing: APA 6
Cited references are in alphabetical order, 10 pt, regular, double-sided alignment
Title of images: 12 pt., italic, centered below the image
Title of tables: 12 pt., italic, centered above the table
Image formats: TIF, GIF, JPG, BMP, WMF, CDR
Papers are to be submitted via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CITING REFERENCES IN THE TEXT
The reference is enclosed in parentheses and should contain the author’s surname, year of publication and the page in the case of a literal citation (e.g. Mišović, 2016, p. 22; Hariss, 2010, pp. 24).
For citing a reference with two authors, both authors’ surnames should be used wherever their work is cited (e.g. Ristić & Medenica, 2019).
For citing a reference with three to five authors, the first time all authors are written in the text (e.g. Ristić, Medenica & Đurđević, 2016), and in the following citations the surname of the first author and the abbreviation et al. should be used, and year of publication separated by comma (e.g. Hulm et al., 2007; Ristić et al., 2016).
For citing a reference with six and more authors, only the surname of the first author and the abbreviation et al. should be used.
If the author refers to several sources in the manuscript at the same time, the references in parentheses should be listed in alphabetical order, separated by a semicolon, and if there are more references by the same author, then chronologically, separated by a comma (e.g. Begić, 2017; Junuzović-Žunić, 2002, 2013; Teskeredžić, 2014). In case more references of one or more authors from the same year appear in the text, it is necessary to use lowercase for each of the references after the year of publication, starting with the lowercase a for the source that first appears in the text (e.g. Kiš-Glavaš, 2010a; Kiš-Glavaš, 2010b; Kiš-Glavaš, 2012a,b).
BIBLIOGRAPHY / LIST OF REFERENCES
At the end of the paper, the bibliography should list all sources referred to or cited in the text of the paper. The list of references is formed according to APA style – The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed., 2010.
Alphabetical order of authors’ surnames and chronological order for works by the same author(s). References are given in their original form, in the letter in which they were published. When citing online sources, it is necessary to write the date of downloading the information.
Examples of citing an article with one author:
Marković, M. (2012). Teorija disperzije i vokalski sistem srpskog jezika. Zbornik Matice srpske za filologiju i lingvistiku, 55(2), 53-70.
Alt, M. (2011). Phonological working memory impairments in children with specific language impairment: Where does the problem lie? Journal of Communication Disorders, 44 (2), 173–185.
Examples of citing an article with two authors:
Milošević, N., & Vuković M. (2016). Fonološka vještina kao determinanta definiranja i interpretacije fonološkog poremećaja. Hrvatska revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja, 52(2), 83-94.
Austin, B. S., & Lee, C. L. (2014). A Structural Equation Model of Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Predictors of Employment Outcomes for Clients with Intellectual and Co-occurring Psychiatric Disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation, 80(3), 11-20.
Examples of citing an article with three to five authors:
Radić Šestić M., Milanović Dobrota, B., & Radovanović, V. (2013). Zainteresovanost osoba sa lakom intelektualnom ometenošću za zaposlenje. Beogradska defektološka škola, 19(1), 171-182.
Burge, P., Quellette-Kuntz, H., & Lysaght, R. (2007). Public views on employment of people with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 26, 29-37.
Examples of citing an article with six and more authors:
Bax, M., Goldstein, M., Rosenbaum, P., Leviton, A., Paneth, N., Dan, B., … & Damiano, D. (2005). Proposed definition and classification of cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 47(8), 571-576.
Examples of citing an article with DOI number:
Andrews, A., & Rose, J.L. (2010). A Preliminary Investigation of Factors Affecting Employment Motivation in People With Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 7(4), 239-244. DOI: 10.1111/j.1741-1130-2010.00272.x
Examples of citing books:
Gligorović, M. (2015). Procena radnih sposobnosti, sklonosti i veština osoba sa intelektualnom ometenošću. Beograd: Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju, Izdavački centar (ICF).
Bernthal, J., & Bankson, N. (2004). Articulation and Phonological Disorders (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
Examples of citing a chapter of a book:
Jablan, B., & Hanak, N. (2008). Teorija uma dece sa oštećenjem vida. In N. Glumbić (Eds.), Teorija uma dece sa posebnim potrebama (pp. 96-110). Beograd: Univerzitet u Beogradu – Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju – Izdavački centar (CIDD).
Moriss, J.R., & Moriss, Y.P. (2011). Developmental Disabilities. In S.R. Flanagan, H. Zaretsky & A. Moroz (Eds.), Medical aspects of disability: A handbook for the rehabilitation professional – Fourth Edition (pp. 237-264). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Examples of citing papers from a book of proceedings:
Petričević, M., & Vantić-Tanjić, M. (2018). Samopoimanje braće i sestara djece s posebnim potrebama. In M. Nikolić & M. Vantić-Tanjić (Eds.), Zbornik radova „Unapređenje kvalitete života djece i mladih“ (str. 247-259). Tuzla: Udruženje za podršku i kreativni razvoj djece i mladih.
Nikolic, M., Vantic-Tanjic, M., & Imširović, F. (2010). Influence of gender on friendship quality evaluation at students with slow cognitive development in regular education conditions. In G. Nedovic et al. (Eds.), „Special education and rehabilitation-science and/or practice“ (pp. 725-748). Sombor: Society of Special Educators and Rehabilitators of Vojvodina, Novi Sad.
Examples of citing doctoral and master theses:
Bratković, D. (2002). Kvaliteta življenja osoba s umjerenom i težom mentalnom retardacijom u obiteljskim i institucionalnim uvjetima života (Doktorska disertacija). Zagreb: Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet.
Franchi, D. (1998). Performance profile of children with learning disabilities and sensory integration dysfunction: An underlying constructional abilities deficit (Doctoral dissertation). Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto.
Examples of citing online sources:
Siperstein, G. N., Sugumaran, K., Norins Bardon, J., & Parker, R. C. (2004). Attitudes of the Public in India towards People with Intellectual Disabilities /online/. Retrieved on 25th January 2018 from https://media.specialolympics.org/soi/files/healthy-athletes/Research-Studies/India_ Full_Report.pdf
- POSTER PRESENTATION – INSTRUCTIONS FOR POSTER PREPARATION
Technical characteristics of the poster
The poster for the paper presentation is supposed to be in the paper B1 format (707mm × 1000mm), and it must not exceed the specified dimensions.
The weight of the paper with the poster on it should not be less than 140 g / m2.
The poster content
Below the poster heading, the title of the paper and the data concerning the author(s) and institutions must be written.
It is recommended that the poster consists of the following units:
˗ Abstract – written according to the given instructions for paper writing;
˗ Introduction – emphasise the research goals;
– Methods of work – describe the research sample, the measuring instruments, the method of conducting the research and the data processing methods;
˗ Results – present the results simply, using tables, graphs, images etc. followed by adequate legends;
˗ Conclusion – should be short and clear.
Authors can add other units that they consider necessary (literature, acknowledgements, etc.).
Defined font sizes and styles:
– Title of paper – Arial, 72 pt, Centered, All Caps
– Data concerning author(s) and institution(s) – Arial, 28 pt, Centered
- INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL PRESENTATION
Basic and obligatory rules:
– Prepare your presentation in PowerPoint 2007 or 2010 version.
– Send the presentation no later than five days before the conference to the e-mail:
– Time allocated for the oral presentation is 10 minutes.
SCIENTIFIC AND PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:
Prof. Vladimir Ilic, PhD, Director of College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia, President of the Scientific Committee of the Conference
MA Sandra Peric, Director of the Social Protection Chamber, Belgrade, Serbia
Academician Prof. Nenad Arsovic, PhD, Academy of Medical Sciences of the Serbian Medical Society, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Miroslav Brkic, PhD, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Zoran Zoricic, PhD, Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Director of the Institute for Alcoholism and other addictions of the Republic of Croatia
Prof. Harun Hodzic MD PhD, Faculty of Medicine, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. Sanja Balalic, PhD, Senior Lecturer, Academy of Social Studies, Hanze University of Applied Social Studies, the Netherlands
Prof. Jusif Nukovic, PhD, International University Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. Ugljesa Jankovic, PhD, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Montenegro
Prof. Petar Nastasic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Ljiljana Manic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Valentina Arsic Arsenijevic, National Reference Laboratory for Medical Mycology, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Milica Boskovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Milorad DJuric, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Tatjana Milivojevic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. DJordje Stojanovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Veselin Medenica, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Sasa Stepanovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Aleksandar Lukic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Suada Buljubasic, PhD, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. Husnia Hasanbegovic, PhD, Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation, University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. Svetlana Trbojevik, PhD, University of Ss Cyril and Methodius, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Social Work and Social Policy, North Macedonia
Assist. Prof. Adnan Mujezinovic, PhD, Faculty of Medicine, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Assist. Prof. Sanja DJurdjevic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Vesna Dukanac, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Neda Milosevic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Dragan Causevac, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Milenko Curovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Natasa Ljubomirovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Ivana Milosavljevic DJukic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Ivana Ristic, PhD, Teacher Education Faculty, University of Pristina, temporarily settled in Kosovska Mitrovica
Assist. Prof. Ana Grbic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Mile Draganovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Emina Borjanic Bolic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Vesna Borota, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Gordana Colic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Mila Bunijevac, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Rosa Sapic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Zilijeta Krivokapic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Svetlana Zdravkovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Dragan Brankovic, PhD, Teacher Education Faculty, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Mirza Oruc, Senior Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Medicine, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gillian MacIntyre, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, School of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Prim. dr Goran Cerkez, Federal Ministry of Health, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Lea Suc, PhD, MSc OT, University Rehabilitation Institute, Republic of Slovenia
Assist. Prof. Jelena Zivkovic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
Assist. Prof. Aleksandra Pavic Panic, PhD, College of Social Work, Belgrade, Serbia
SECRETARY OF SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:
Una Kostadinović Dišović
Assist. Prof. Neda Milosevic, PhD, President of the Organizing Committee of the Conference
Prof. Ljiljana Manic, PhD
Assist. Prof. Vesna Dukanac, PhD
Assist. Prof. Sanja Djurdjevic, PhD
Assist. Prof. Gordana Colic, PhD
Assist. Prof. Mila Bunijevac, PhD
Prof. Veselin Medenica, PhD
Assist. Prof. Ivana Ristic, PhD
Prof. Milorad Djuric, PhD
Assist. Prof. Sasa Stepanovic, PhD
Assist. Prof. Ana Grbic, PhD
Assist. Prof. Aleksandra Pavic Panic, PhD
Assist. Prof. Jelena Zivkovic, PhD
SECRETARY OF ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Assist. Tamara Trivkovic