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ICOWHI 21st Biennial Congress – Call for Abstracts

ICOWHI’s 21st  Biennial Congress will be held November 6 – 9 in Baltimore. The theme of the meeting is “Scale and Sustainability: Moving Women’s Health Forward.”

Call for Abstracts Are Closed

The 21st ICOWHI Congress Scale and Sustainability: Moving Women’s Health Forward invites abstract submissions focusing on topics that will address the overall congress theme of focusing on the Sustainability Development Goals as a plan of action for people, our planet and prosperity.  Recognizing that the health and well-being of women and girls is the foundation of a just, civil and sustainable society.  Abstracts relevant to women’s health related to education, practice, research and/or policy are encouraged, particularly addressing the themes below in the form.

This educational activity has been submitted to The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing as a joint provider for nursing contact hours. This educational activity is jointly provided with The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing. The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Deadline —May 1, 2016.

Abstract Notification — All authors will be notified via email of abstract status for submissions no later than June 2016. Please make sure your email address is correct and up-to-date.

Registration and Membership — You do not have to be an ICOWHI member to submit an abstract. However, if your abstract is accepted for presentation, the presenting author MUST register for the Congress by August 30, 2016. Please consider the exciting opportunity of becoming a member of ICOWHI with reduced fees as part of the registration package – ICOWHI.org.

(download a pdf version of the Abstract Guide)



University of Technology Sydney  Global Network WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Department