Abstract Submission is closed
Use the link below to register and submit your abstract
Call for Abstracts
Interested in presenting your work in one of the tracks for ECTMIH 2021? The call for abstract is now open. This is an excellent way to communicate your research, and attendance fees are particularly low for PhD-candidates, and you do not need funds for travelling either. Young professionals bonus: One day entirely dedicated to skill sessions for young investigators! Select the topic where you need to catch up.
Deadline extended to 9. April 2021.
Please use the link above to register and submit your abstract.
Participants and students are invited to submit abstracts for oral presentations or poster presentations at our conference.
- Notification to authors of accepted abstracts will be given together with an invitation to develop a poster or an oral presentation.
- Awards will be given to best posters and the best oral presentations at the conference.
The abstract can be on any subject of relevance to global challenges in health, migration, and equity both research and practice. The abstract should correlate to at least one of the tracks at the congress. You can only choose one track in the submission portal. If your abstract fits in to more than one track, you will have to make a choice.
Track 1. Migration, climate and health
Track 2. HIV, TB and hepatitis
Track 3. Malaria, parasitic, vector-borne and neglected tropical infectious diseases
Track 4. OneHealth, antimicrobial resistance, water and sanitation
Track 5. Building strong health systems to achieve UHC: the role of rights, governance, technology and priority setting
Track 6. Nutrition, NCD’s, oral health
Track 7. Mental health and health promotion
Track 8. Disasters, accidents, injuries, global surgery and rehabilitation
Track 9. Sexual, reproductive and child health and rights
Track 10. Taking stock of the Coronavirus pandemic (only posters)
The following guidelines apply:
- The abstract should be submitted in English
- Maximum number of words (NOT including authors and affiliations): 300
- Title: maximum 20 words
- The abstract should follow the structure:
There is no limitation on the number of co-authors, however only one person will be able to present if the abstract is accepted for an oral presentation.
You cannot add figures, tables or graphs in your abstract submission. This is something you can add in your presentation (oral or poster) if your abstract is accepted.
We do not have any specific guidelines about the use of tables, figures and graphs in abstracts. However, do not use tables, graphs, and figures for small amounts of data that could be conveyed clearly in a sentence. Usually, only one table, graph or figure could be included in a poster. The table, graph or figure should take up no more than one third of the space of a poster.