The Houston Global Health Collaborative (HGHC) invites all persons wishing to report global health research, innovative projects or novel programs to submit abstracts for consideration to be presented at our 8th Annual Conference.
Types of acceptable research and material include:
- Clinical/field research
- Basic science/animal study
- Program design, implementation, and/or evaluation
- Systematic review
- Case study
All abstracts are welcome, but preferred topics include:
- Disease Prevention
- Global Health Technologies
- Global Surgery
- Migrant Health
- Human Rights
- Health Policy
- Environmental Health
Abstract Submission Guidelines
- Fill out the abstract submission form below. An email will be sent to your email address to confirm submission. If your abstract is accepted for poster presentation, please register for the conference to present your poster.
- Abstracts submitted to the conference website can be considered for a poster presentation or for a plenary session oral presentation.
- All plenary speaker submissions must be submitted by January 10th. Notification of committee’s decision will occur via email by January 25th. All plenary speaker presentations will be in 15-minute oral presentation format accompanied by powerpoint.
- All abstracts must be submitted by February 7th. Notification of committee’s decision will occur via email by February 20th.
- Abstracts that do not comply with guidelines will not be reviewed or considered for poster presentation. Please note that abstracts based on published manuscripts will not be accepted for presentation.
- For any additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Must be in English
- Must not exceed 300 words. (Note: This count does not include the abstract title or section titles (e.g. purpose, methods, results, conclusion)
- Tables, charts or other graphics may not be included
- Abstracts for field research, basic science/animal studies, program implementation or evaluation and systematic review must be written in the following format:
- Abstracts for case studies or program development must be written in the following format: