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Building the health workforce of the future

 New - extension of deadline: June 27, 2017 by 24:00 CET

The Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health invites proposals for the programme from a range of actors: policy makers,  planners, civil society, practitioners, academia, researchers and decision-makers across the sectors (including health, labour, education and finance).  Submissions can be for the organization of a complete session (panel discussion,  debates or roundtable discussions) or as an abstract for oral, poster or video presentations.

All submissions should aim to present cutting edge developments, evidence, practice or policy across sectors. Debates, panels and roundtable discussions should also emphasize audience participation and reflection; include youth participation, and emphasize gender balance and geographical representation.

For assistance with the online submission please contact: sbrown@csih.org

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Please identify if your submission is technical or scientific: * Required
Which cross-cutting streams are most relevant to your submission? * Required

You may select all that apply.

Indicate the context driver(s) to which your submission may link:

Select all relevant ones – if any.

Please provide a link to the video for viewing. It is not possible to upload it.

Submissions for videos should not exceed 500 words and include:

  • Background: Please explain the reasons and rationale for the video/documentary.
  • Learning objectives: Please outline what the participants can expect to learn through the 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: 500 — Word Count: 0

Abstracts for posters must not exceed 300 words:

  • Topic/issue/problem:  describe the topic/ issue/problem including the need and rationale it addresses.
  • Objectives and Methods: describe objectives, methods and significance of the topic in relation to the selected subtheme.
  • Results and findings: present the results (effects/changes) and findings, ensuring the questions asked are adequately addressed. Statements such as ‘Results will be presented at the conference’ will not be accepted. If appropriate, state that the results are preliminary.
  • Lessons to date:  state only those lessons that are directly supported by the project results or presented case. Highlight the importance of the lessons learnt for other settings/countries.
  • Main messages: summarize the value added and intended impact of your proposed oral or poster presentation in 2-3 brief key messages.
  • Include a statement on how the submission addresses gender, equity and diversity.
Maximum Words: 300 — Word Count: 0

Abstracts should not exceed 500 words:

  • Background: explain the topic to be addressed, need and rationale for the session.
  • Learning objectives and intended participants: outline who the intended participants are and what they can expect to learn through this session.
  • Focus: indicate the issues to be discussed and key discussion points covered by the panel speakers, outline the link and the logic between the panel topics.
  • Main messages: summarize the value added and intended impact of your proposed session in 2-3 brief key messages.
  • Include an indicative list of speakers
  • Include a statement on how the submission addresses gender, equity and diversity.
Maximum Words: 500 — Word Count: 0

Abstracts should not exceed 500 words:

  • Background: explain the topic to be addressed, need and rationale for the session.
  • Learning objectives and intended participants: outline who the intended participants are and what they can expect to learn through this session.
  • Focus: indicate the issues to be discussed and key discussion points covered by the panel speakers, outline the link and the logic between the panel topics.
  • Main messages: summarize the value added and intended impact of your proposed session in 2-3 brief key messages.
  • Include an indicative list of speakers
  • Include a statement on how the submission addresses gender, equity and diversity.
Maximum Words: 500 — Word Count: 0

Abstracts for orals should not exceed 300 words.
Please note that submitted orals may be offered a poster depending on score in the review process.

  • Topic/issue/problem:  describe the topic/ issue/problem including the need and rationale it addresses.
  • Objectives and Methods: describe objectives, methods and significance of the topic in relation to the selected subtheme.
  • Results and findings: present the results (effects/changes) and findings, ensuring the questions asked are adequately addressed. Statements such as ‘Results will be presented at the conference’ will not be accepted. If appropriate, state that the results are preliminary.
  • Lessons to date: state only those lessons that are directly supported by the project results or presented case. Highlight the importance of the lessons learnt for other settings/countries.
  • Main messages: summarize the value added and intended impact of your proposed oral or poster presentation in 2-3 brief key messages.
  • Include a statement on how the submission addresses gender, equity and diversity.
Maximum Words: 300 — Word Count: 0
Presenter Information 1

I confirm that, if selected for inclusion in the programme, the organization coordinating the session will ensure support, if required, for the attendance by the proposed speaker. * Required
I confirm that, if selected for inclusion in the programme, the organization coordinating the session will ensure support, if required, for the attendance by the proposed speaker. * Required
Is this presenter a student? * Required

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