Call for abstracts
The call for abstracts is closed. No further submissions will be accepted.
Abstract submission guidelines
To allow for all participants to get to know each other and their work, we ask all attendees to present their work in an oral presentation. Each presenter will be allocated 15 minutes for the presentation, followed by a 5 minute Q&A.
The topic of the presentation should be related to the workshop topic, i.e. the digital health divide. Presentations can either be about a recently finished project or publication, or present work in progress. Presenters are encouraged to include open questions or challenges that they faced in their presentation to stimulate discussion.
We welcome submissions from a broad range of disciplines, including but not limited to public health, psychology, sociology, and computer science. We thus do not impose a submission format. However, abstracts should not be longer than 2000 characters (including spaces).
Please note that the abstracts will be shared with the other attendees prior to the workshop to promote networking and exchange of ideas.
Due to the limited funding, we are able to offer a maximum of 20 places for the workshop. If we receive more than 20 submissions, contributions will be selected based on the following criteria:
- fit of the abstract to the topic of the workshop
- diversity in terms of country of origin, i.e., participants will be prioritised if there are no other applicants from this country.
Submit your abstract
Abstract submissions are closed.
Submissions open on 13 February and close on 5 March at 11:59 pm GMT+1. Notifications of acceptance will be sent before 20 March.