The International Collaboration Conference on Population Health and Wellbeing Research 2022 welcomes abstract submissions for oral and poster presentations at this year’s Conference. The Conference, which is being held online from 9th – 10th February, is free to attend and offers an excellent opportunity to present your research to an international audience of researchers.
All work selected for oral presentation will be published in the International Journal of Population Data Science (IJPDS) as Conference Proceedings for the International Collaboration Conference on Population Health and Wellbeing. IJPDS is the Official Publisher for the 2022 Conference.
Abstract submissions are encouraged in the following themes
- Big Data
- Healthy ageing, chronic disease & multi-morbidity
- Natural Experiment evaluation
- Schools & education
- Built environment and physical activity
- Maternal and child health
Abstracts need to be less than 500 words and include the abstract title, background, methods, results and conclusions.
How to submit an abstract
To submit an abstract to be considered for an oral presentation at the conference or if you would like a poster presentation please submit you’re abstract by clicking here.
Oral presentations are ten minute live presentations within the parallel sessions followed by a workshop. Those selected for oral presentation are published in the IJPDS (International Journal of Population Data Science).
Poster presentations are 2 minute pre-recorded presentations that can be viewed during the poster session.
- Deadline for Presentations: extended to Saturday 22nd January 2022(Midnight – UK Time).
- Deadline for Posters:30 January (Midnight – UK time)
Prof Sinead Brophy, Director at The National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research and Conference Chair, said:
“We welcome abstracts from early career researchers, as well as experienced researchers from around the globe. The Conference offers excellent opportunities to present your work, learn from the latest research and practice and work with others on developing grants and papers.”
The Conference, organised by the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research, is funded by Health and Care Research Wales and working with the World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre on Investment for Health and Well-being.
IJPDS Official Publisher for the Conference