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Climate & Health 2023 is currently accepting abstract submissions in either a case report or research report format to be considered for live presentation at the on-site conference in October 2023. All abstracts must have short, specific presentation title that identifies that content of the presentation and be limited to 300 words or less. Abstract submissions must fall into one of the five following Special Topic Areas:

 

  • Climate and Health Education

  • Sustainability in Inpatient Healthcare

  • Transitioning to Green for Healthcare and Lifestyle 

  • Breaking Down Barriers within and Between-healthcare Disparities

  • Innovations and Ethics in Healthcare - Where do we need to go?

DEADLINE TO QUALIFY FOR SPONSORSHIP PRIZE: July 31, 2023

FINAL DEADLINE: August 31, 2023

Questions? Contact climatehealthconference@gmail.com 

CASE REPORT

Abstracts for Case Reports must be structured in the following four categories: Case Diagnosis, Case Description, Discussion, and Conclusions. Statements such as "data to be presented" or "the significance of the findings will be discussed" are not acceptable. Conclusions need to explain the meaning and importance of the results, and potentially state any new question(s) identified.
 

Case reports are limited to 300 words in PDF format. Abstracts must be structured in the following format:

  1. Case Diagnosis (or problem if in nature of system of care)

  2. Case Description

  3. Discussion

  4. Conclusions

Do NOT include any of the following in your abstract:

  1. Tables or Figures

  2. Photographs

  3. References

  4. Active links to references, tables, figures and/or images

No identifying author information, and no mention of any location or institution within the abstract text.

RESEARCH REPORT

All abstracts submitted for research studies must be structured to summarize the research Objectives, Design, Results and Conclusions. The objectives must include the background and purpose of the study. The design section should explain key methods, procedures, interventions, and any controls in the study so as to allow the reader to understand the limitations of the data. Abstracts containing statements such as "data to be presented" or "the significance of the findings will be discussed" are not acceptable. Conclusions should explain the meaning and importance of the results, and state any new questions identified.
 

Abstracts must be structured in the following format:

  1. Objectives

  2. Design

  3. Results

  4. Conclusions

The text in the abstract must be limited to 300 words or less in PDF format. Do NOT include any of the following in your abstract:

  1. Tables or Figures

  2. Images

  3. References

  4. Active links to references, tables, figures and/or images

No identifying author information, and no mention of any location or institution within the abstract text.

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