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PHPCI 2022: Abstract Submission

Tuesday, 20 September, 2022 - 12:00 to Friday, 23 September, 2022 - 16:00
Bruges, Belgium
Bruges Meeting & Convention Centre
endoflifecare@vub.be
www.PHPCI2022.com

 

Abstract submission deadline: 15 January 2022
Acceptance notification: 30 April 2022

The conference brings together leading innovators, researchers, practitioners, policy makers, representatives of civic society in the public health palliative care approach. The PHPCI2022 conference will provide a critical platform for sharing best-practice examples and evidence from research from around the world and across Europe.

We will be calling for four different types of ABSTRACTS: oral presentations, posters, workshops and symposia:

- abstract for oral presentation of each 10-15 minutes (depending on the number of presenters in a session) during a parallel session of 1,5 hour
- abstract for poster presentation. The poster will be on display for at least a full conference day.
- abstract of a workshop of 1,5 hour during a parallel session in the conference, can be a scientific as well as a cultural or artistic workshop
- abstract of a symposium of 1,5 hour on a specific theme with maximum of 3 – 4 presentations and two chairs.

Please notice that for all four types only the corresponding author will be notified.

All innovators and out-of-the-box ideas are also welcome:

  • Designing and supporting compassionate communities
  • Research and evaluation in compassionate communities
  • Settings approaches (eg compassionate workplaces, schools)
  • Building connections and partnerships
  • Everyday ageing, dying and grieving
  • Equity diversity and inclusion
  • Empowerment of patients, carers, volunteers
  • Social change and innovation: power and practices
  • Lessons learnt in the COVID-19 pandemic, post-pandemic ideas
  • Cultural practices
  • Out-of-the-box: innovative ideas and projects

The final abstract book will be published in Palliative Care & Social Practice.

More information? please contact endoflifecare@vub.be or visit the conference website

 

 
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Abstract titles should have abbreviations written out in full (unless they are genes/proteins or other acronyms that are more commonly known and used in the abbreviated form).
Instructions: Authors and affiliations
Please state the full names of all authors, listing them as first name followed by surname. Please use numbers to indicate the affiliations, and include a corresponding numbered affiliation list.
For example:
Steven Vanderstichelen* 1,2,  Joachim Cohen 1, Luc Deliens 1,2 and Kenneth Chambaere 1,2

1 End-of-life Care Research Group, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) & Ghent University, Brussels, Belgium
2 Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

*Correspondence should be addressed to: steven.vanderstichelen@vub.be

‪ For symposia or workshops submission: please state in the Authors and affiliations box below the speakers and their according roles (chair, speaker 1, 2 etc.)
The abstract text entry appears when you have answered this question.
Make sure you do not exceed 2000 characters. Please don’t include any reference citations. Please make sure that all abbreviations are defined at first use. For oral and poster presentations of original research, the abstract must be ‘structured’ with subheadings - preferred subheadings are ‘Background’, ‘Methods’, ‘Results’, and Conclusion’.
Make sure you do not exceed 2000 characters. Please don’t include any reference citations. Please make sure that all abbreviations are defined at first use. For workshops and symposia we would like to emphasize that the abstract text includes a clear objective for the workshop or symposium. Other aspects to address include: Interactivity, Learning outcomes, application to public health palliative care.
Make sure you do not exceed 2000 characters. Please don’t include any reference citations. Please make sure that all abbreviations are defined at first use. For workshops and symposia we would like to emphasize that the abstract text includes a clear objective for the workshop or symposium. Please don’t state references in this text area.
Please tick all that apply
If different from corresponding author
If different from corresponding author
Please provide details of any funding received for the purpose of this research in full sentences. If no funding was received, please state ‘No funding was received’.
Please provide details of any perceived Conflicts of Interest for this research in full sentences. If there are no conflicts of interest to report, please state ‘The authors report that there are no conflicts of interest.’
e.g. please let us know if you would prefer a poster presentation over an oral presentation