Call for Abstracts
Why Submit an Abstract?
Submitting an abstract allows you to share your unique ideas with the global healthcare community while integrating yourself into the field. To help get you started, we have listed a few Canadian conferences that are calling for abstracts below. The Quality Forum's Health Talks Student Contest is perfect for students hoping to get into healthcare improvement. If you are uncertain about submitting an abstract, check out our right-hand panel to view upcoming Vancouver conferences; there, you can connect with like-minded professionals, explore new ideas, and view others' abstracts!
CONFERENCE: eHealth 2017
DEADLINE: October 14
LOCATION: Metro Toronto Convention Center
CATEGORIES: panel presentations (500 words), oral presentations (500 words), e-Posters
MORE DETAILS: submissions template
CONFERENCE: CPHA's Public Health 2017
DEADLINE: November 29
LOCATION: Halifax World Trade & Convention Center
CONFERENCE: Quality Forum 2017: Health Talks Student Contest
DEADLINE: November 13
LOCATION: Hyatt Regency Vancouver
CATEGORIES: video (3.5 min), essay (500 words), other
MORE DETAILS: entry form
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UBC Global Health Conference 2016
Join IHI UBC as we discover Global Health. This conference is unique as it is for students, and hosted by students; featuring speakers from around the world, the GHC 2016 explores international emergency relief efforts, health design labs, the human genome, Indigenous healing, and more. Check out the GHC 2016 website for more details or to register.
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Find out by completing the Basic Certificate: IHI Open School offers 16 courses covering a range of topics such as improvement capability, patient safety, and person- and family-centered care. These online courses are free for students, medical residents, and university faculty and are designed to promote patient safety. Begin with the short overview course to join the movement to improve health and health care.