2019 International Health Congress Oxford

Author Helen Mthiyane
Posted 2019.04.02
26 Jun 2019

http://www.globalhealthcongress.org/registrationhttp://www.globalhealthcongress.org/registrationhttp://www.globalhealthcongress.org/registrationThe Final Call for Abstracts Is Now Open.

The deadline for this call is April 25, 2019.





The Submission Process 

To submit an abstract, you will need the following information:

1. A 100-word abstract and title (theory/framework, methods and hypotheses, results, conclusions).


2. Contact details of all co-authors (Email, Name, Affiliation).


3. Other information relating to the proposed presentation.


For the first time this year, we invite delegates to submit proposals for Round Tables. The Round Tables will have a specific theme and will normally include 3 or 4 speakers. For those interested in submitting a proposal for a Round Table, all 3 or 4 individuals should submit their abstracts through the submission system. If all abstracts are accepted, the organiser of the Round Table should then send the title of the Round Table and the List of Presenters to Ms Sabrina Li at: sabrina.li@ouce.ox.ac.uk


A prize will be given at the International Health Congress to the best abstract presented. Further details will be posted in due course. Data is held to inform potential contributors about the congress series but not passed to commercial organisations. All submissions are handled through Oxford Abstracts.


The Review Process


Acceptance to the health conference is at the discretion of the organisers and will be based on scientific quality and the potential contribution to the conference's goals of supporting knowledge exchange and networking.

Submissions to calls for abstracts will be notified some 3-4 weeks after the call closes. If you have not heard from us by that date, your proposal has not been accepted.



Please submit only ONE proposal per presenter.

This Oxford International Health Conference series seeks to bring together health researchers who aim to promote health and wellbeing through improved health services in Europe and around the world.

The 2019 global health conference is hosted at the University of Oxford. The aim of the event, building on the past four world health congresses, is to highlight the link between research and practice by gathering together a wide range of papers on health and health services research close to practice and/or policy. These will come from the full range of allied disciplines including primary care, acute medicine, public health, psychiatry, paediatrics, and ageing as well as economics, psychology, statistics, social science and ethics, clinical trial design, health informatics and implementation research.


The world health congress series has been established by academics in Oxford and elsewhere and is open to health researchers, particularly those related to health services in the UK, Europe and beyond. We hope that you will contribute to what promises to be an exciting new opportunity to develop research networks and encourage the uptake of research and evidence based innovations in all areas of science that contribute to health and wellbeing through better health services.


For further information and details on the conference, please contact Ms Sabrina Li at: sabrina.li@ouce.ox.ac.uk. 


Speakers for the 2019 Health Conference will include:



  • Professor Elio Riboli, Imperial College
  • Professor Patrick Maxwell, University of Cambridge
  • Susanna Dunachie, Department of Tropical Medicine, Oxford
  • Professor Paul McCrone, King's College London
  • Professor Martin Knapp, LSE
  • register for the conference by following this link http://www.globalhealthcongress.org/registration