Online Abstract Submissions

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21 June, 2024

Healthcare Equity 2024

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Submission Deadline: 21 June, 2024

Submitting an abstract is an essential step in the process of presenting your research work or project at a conference. To meet the submission deadline, it’s essential to start preparing the abstract well in advance of the deadline.

  • Healthcare Innovations and Technology Advancements
  • Global Health Challenges and Solutions
  • Community Engagement and Public Health Initiatives
  • Health Equity and Access to Care
  • Mental Health and Well-being
  • Healthcare Policy and Advocacy
  • Preventive Medicine and Lifestyle Interventions
  • Data Analytics and Public Health Research
  • Healthcare Leadership and Management
  • Environmental Health and Sustainability
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • Infectious Disease Control and Immunization Strategies
  • Patient-Centered Care and Experience
  • Global Health and Healthcare Disparities
  • Precision Medicine and Genomics
  • Sustainable Healthcare Practices
  • Medical Education and Training
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • Aging Population and Geriatric Care
  • Vaccination and Immunization
  • Public Health and Nutrition
  • Healthcare Collaboration and Interdisciplinary Care
  • Women Healthcare
  • Healthcare & Infectious Disease
  • Pharmaceutical Research and Drug Development
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Healthcare System
  • Primary Healthcare
  • Healthcare Ethics and Medical Law

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    Conference General Instructions

    • Abstracts should represent the original work.
    • Please add your references (If any)
    • Include your picture in the abstract.
    • The full name with credentials of Author should be highlighted with their affiliation.
    • The Abstract should be written in English.
    • Please indicate one – three most relevant themes for your abstract from the conference sessions/tracks.
    • Please send in a brief biography together with the Abstract (Kindly refer the Abstract template for example).
    • Please download the abstract template and follow the format carefully.
    • Abstracts that do not confirm to the guidelines will be asked to revise.
    • Abstarct received after the given deadline, due to any reason will not be accepted unless the deadline is extended.
    • The abstract should be submitted in the format of MS Word (.doc or .docx) document.

    Abstract Format Guidelines

    • An abstract is a compendious summary of a research paper’s substance including its background, purpose, methodology, results, and conclusion.
    • It should be one paragraph with a word limit of 200-250.
    • Please do not include subheadings, bullets, lists and header/footer in the abstract.
    • Try to keep the Abstract titles short, but descriptive. Informative titles, indicating key points are encouraged. Abbreviations should not be used in the title.
    • Acronyms should be written in full the first time, mentioned in the text, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses.
    • Make sure that the scientific names are in Italic.
    • Use a negative exponent (g. kgm-3) and do not indicate units as divisions (e.g. kg/m 3 ).
    • Any Chemical formulae should be written in a standard form such as “CaCO3”, not as “CaCO3”. Use a zero before decimal points such as “0.45,” not “.45.”


    Title: Times New Roman, 12 points, Upper case, centre text in bold
    Body: Times New Roman, 11 points; Line spacing: 1, one column of text


    • Affiliations should be indicated with superscript.
    • A superscript asterisk shout be used for the corresponding author
    • Names of affiliations should be given including the country.
    • If there is more than one name and address, they should be related by superscript numbers.


    • Surname INITIALS 1, Surname INITIALS 1* and Surname INITIALS 2
    • Department, Faculty, University, Country
    • Department, Institute, Country
    • * (* Email address of the corresponding author)

    Note: Download follow the abstract template for better understanding.

    Guidelines For The Co-Authors

    • Please note a single registration permits only one person to attend the conference.
    • If the co-authors would like to attend the conference their registration and payment are required to be made independently.
    • However, they will be given a waiver of 25% in Listener’s Registration Fee.
    • The certificate will also be issued for the co-authors upon their registration/payment for the conference.
    • Please make prior communications with the organizing committee regards to this matter to avail the benefit of the discount.

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    Question Answers
    Frequently Asked Questions
    How do I submit an abstract for the conference?

    To submit an abstract for the conference, navigate to the “Abstract Submission” section. Review the guidelines, prepare your abstract according to the specified format, and upload it through the online submission form. Keep an eye on the submission deadline and await notification regarding acceptance or rejection. Good luck with your submission!

    What is the deadline for abstract submission?

    The deadline for abstract submission is specified on the conference website. It is important to adhere to the given deadline to ensure your abstract is considered for review. Late submissions may not be accepted.

    Are there specific formatting guidelines for abstract submission?

    Yes, there are usually specific formatting guidelines for abstract submissions. These guidelines may include word limits, preferred font and spacing, and requirements for including tables, figures, or references. Please carefully review the guidelines provided on the abstract submission page to ensure your abstract meets the specified requirements.

    Can I make changes to my submitted abstract after submission?

    In some cases, limited changes may be allowed to submitted abstracts before the submission deadline. Contact our abstract submission team to inquire about the possibility of making changes and any associated procedures.