Thailand Bike and Walk Forum is an annual symposium where researchers/academics are invited to present their research findings related to walking and cycling in daily life, and people who work to promote walking and cycling in daily life come to share their knowledge and experiences. Thailand Cycling Club (TCC) has organized this event since 2013 as scientific knowledge and information has always been a key element of our efforts to achieve any tangible successes from actualizing public policy on walking and cycling in daily life, especially a resolution of the 5th National Health Assembly B.E. 2555 (2012).
Based on theme of the 4th Bike and Walk Forum, BIKE AND WALK FOR ALL, researchers/academics interested to present their research findings at this 2016 forum are advised to make clear that their abstracts or full papers fit into at least one of the following sub-themes:
(1) Law and policy
(3) Survey on behaviours and attitudes
(4) Social Return of Investment (SROI)
(5) Transportation network
Submission of full papers and abstracts is now opened until 15th January 2016. Results of the final selection of abstracts/papers to be presented at the forum would be announced on 31st January 2016 and the authors have a full month to improve their abstracts/papers. Presentation in oral or poster form will be on 25th March 2016. Selected abstracts and papers would later be printed for dissemination to the public both in Thailand and other countries. Each researcher/author would also receive a certificate.
Download an application form or guidelines for writing abstracts and full papers fromhttp://www.thaicyclingclub.org/article/detail/7016
Please submit abstracts or full papers in digital file by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 02-6184430.
Results of consideration and final selection of the submitted abstracts and papers would be announced through www.thaicyclingclub.org, facebook.com/thaicycling, and facebook.com/Bike-and-Walk-Research.
For more details, please contact:
Thailand Cycling Club
Rajanakarn 3 Building, 4th Floor
15 Soi Pradiphat 17, Pradiphat Road
Samsennai, Phyathai, Bangkok 10400
Tel: 02 618 4434, 02 618 5990
Fax: 02 618 4430