Abstract Submission2nd Biennial Health Conference On Sustainable Development Goal
- Abstracts submissions close: 31 July 2022
- Abstract Notification: 15 August 2022
- Early bird closing date: 15 September 2022
Scientific approaches are the key to help meet the SDG 3 targets. Share your research with a global audience at the 2nd Biennial Health Conference 2022 – “Towards realisation of Sustainable Development Goal 3, Agenda 2030”.
Abstracts may be submitted through the online peer review portal until 31 July 2022 (23:59 GMT). Track scope and objectives, track categories and full submission guidelines can be found on this page.
Abstracts submitted to 2nd Biennial SDG 3 Health Conference will go through a blind peer-review process by an international and national review panel. Members of the 2nd Biennial SDG 3 Health Conference Organizing Committee will make the final abstract selection by 15 August 2022.
The highest-scoring abstracts will be selected for oral presentation in a session or as an e-poster to be displayed on site in the exhibition hall and virtually on the conference platform. In addition, a small number of high-scoring posters will be selected for oral presentation in e-poster sessions.
Important Abstract Dates
- 15 June 2022 Online abstract submission opens.
- 31 July 2022, 23:59 GMT Abstract submission closes.
Abstracts, as well as amendments to submitted abstracts, will not be accepted after this date (except for late breakers).
- 15 August 2022 Abstract notification.
The 2nd Biennial Health Conference – Towards realisation of Sustainable Development Goal 3, Agenda 2030, welcomes the submission of abstracts that present original contributions to the field in the following scientific tracks:
Track A: Reduce Maternal and Child Mortality
Track B: Fight Communicable diseases
Track C: Reduce Non-Communicable Diseases and promote mental health
Track D: Substance use and abuse
Track E: Universal access to sexual and reproductive care, family planning and education
Track F: Achieve universal health coverage
Track G: Agriculture and the environment: Human Health Implications