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Call for Presentations

25th Canadian Conference on Global Health

25th Canadian Conference on Global Health

Call for Abstracts

Deadline: June 16, 2019 by 11:59 PM EST

To submit an abstract for the 2019 Canadian Conference on Global Health, please complete the following form. Abstracts will only be accepted online.

Abstracts can be for oral or poster presentations, workshops and symposia, and for videos. Submissions may address any global health topic, but must relate to the conference theme and one of the sub-themes.

The conference theme is Governance for Global Health: Power, politics and justice.
View the full theme and sub-theme descriptions here

 


 

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What keyword(s) below are most relevant to your abstract? You may select up to 3. * Required
Please identify the track for your abstract: * Required
Which cross cutting themes are addressed in your abstract proposal (check all that apply)? * Required
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Please provide a link to the video for viewing. It is not possible to upload it.

Title should be in lowercase.

Do not exceed 400 words. Abstract for posters should include:

  1. Issue/objective: Describe the issue including the background, objectives, as well as the significance of the subject related to the theme of governance.
  2. Methodology/approach: include settings, time frame
  3. Results: Research submissions should report full results. Policy/program submissions should report findings/lessons learned
  4. Discussion/conclusion: Discuss the contribution to the field of global health 
Maximum Words: 400 — Word Count: 0

Briefly describe your session to attract participants (if accepted this will appear in the program).

Maximum Words: 50 — Word Count: 0

The abstract for a workshop should contain (there is no word limit as these abstracts are not printed - brevity is appreciated) : 

  • Background: Please explain the reasons and rationale for organising the workshop.
  • Learning objectives: Please outline what the participants can expect to learn through this workshop.
  • Expected outcome/results: Indicate what innovative methods you will use to conduct the workshop and the level of interactivity. What is the added value of organising the workshop? Include the room layout of the workshop.  
  • Main messages: Please summarise the impact of your proposed workshop in short key messages.

 

Maximum Words: 1500 — Word Count: 0

Briefly describe your session to attract participants (if accepted this will appear in the program).

Maximum Words: 50 — Word Count: 0

Symposia session abstracts should include (there is no word limit, however brevity is appreciated):

  • Background: Please explain the rationale for organising the symposia.
  • Learning objectives: Please outline what the participants can expect to learn through this panel.
  • Expected topics: Indicate the expected topics and discussion points covered by the panel speakers and format for the session.
  • Main messages: Please summarise the impact of your proposed symposium in short key messages.
Maximum Words: 1000 — Word Count: 0

Abstracts for videos should include:

  • Background: Please explain the reasons and rationale for the video/documentary.
  • Learning objectives: Please outline what the participants can expect to learn through thie video/documentary.
  • Expected topics: Indicate the expected topics and discussion points covered by the video. 
  • Main messages: Please summarise the impact of your proposed video in short key messages.
Maximum Words: 1500 — Word Count: 0

Do not exceed 400 words. Abstract for orals should include:

  1. Issue/objective: Describe the issue including the background, objectives, as well as the significance of the subject related to the theme of governance
  2. Methodology/approach: include settings, time frame
  3. Results: Research submissions should report full results. Policy/program submissions should report findings/lessons learned
  4. Discussion/conclusion: Discuss the contribution to the field of global health   
Maximum Words: 400 — Word Count: 0
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