Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts

National Conference on American Indian/Alaska Native Injury and Violence Prevention

Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts is now open for the National Conference on American Indian/Alaska Native Injury and Violence Prevention. The conference will take place July 23-25 in Denver, Colorado at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel. Six tracks will be featured that encompass a wide range of injury prevention topics, along with several keynote speakers. Tracks are listed below, and a description of each track can be found on the Call for Abstracts website.

  1. Community and Culture
  2. Innovative Strategies and Emerging Issues in AI/AN Injury and Violence Prevention
  3. Linking Clinical and Community Injury Prevention Programs
  4. Program Development and Implementation
  5. Program Success, Evaluation, and Continuation
  6. Violence and Intentional Injury Prevention

All abstracts will be submitted via an online abstract submission portal that can be accessed by clicking here. You will need to create an account on the website prior to submitting an abstract.

The deadline for submitting abstracts is Friday, May 24.
Speakers will be notified no later than Friday, June 7.

Conference and hotel registration information will be released next week.
For any questions related to the conference contact Jason Hymer (ojg3@cdc.gov).

48th Annual AAIP Meeting and National Health Conference

Call for Abstracts

The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) Conference Planning Committee invites the submission of abstracts to be presented at the 2019 AAIP Annual Meeting and Health Conference. AAIP encourages innovative educational programming that promotes clinical application of best practices to support and strengthen health outcomes for AI/AN people and communities.

August 8-10, 2019
Chicago, IL

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Call for Research Papers within the context of the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

Call for Abstracts

Languages are a core component of human rights and fundamental freedoms. They play a crucial role in the daily lives of people all over the world, allowing them to preserve their history, customs and traditions, memory, unique modes of thinking, meaning and expression, but also to construct their future. The extraordinary language diversity found in the world fundamentally contributes to intercultural dialogue and cultural diversity, as each language is deeply imbued with the culture of the people who speak them.

Important Dates:
Call for submissions: 20 December 2018 – 1 March 2019
Peer Review Process: March – May 2019
Publication Dates: September – October 2019

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2019 NACCHO Annual Conference

Call for Abstracts

Looking to make a difference and improve local public health practice? NACCHO is now accepting abstracts for the 2019 NACCHO Annual Conference, which will convene July 9–11 in Orlando. Compelling abstract submissions should highlight the conference theme, “Improving the Nation’s Health through Public and Private Partnerships,” and describe innovative, proven, or promising evidence-based practices, programs, services, systems, research, technologies, tools, principles, and policies.

Submissions are due by 11:59 PM EST on Nov. 30.

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Abstract Submission
Questions? E-mail NACCHOspeakers@conferencemanagers.com.