11.59pm AEST Sunday 12 December 2021
Abstract guidelines and templates are provided below. You must ensure you follow the guidelines and use the correct template in order for your abstract to be submitted for review.
Abstracts on original research findings, case studies, completed projects and theoretical analyses. Presentations should be well structured, rigorous and demonstrate a novel contribution to knowledge.
Abstracts analysing issues and solutions to problems in clinical practice; including case studies and quality improvement activities community engagement, education, health promotion and policy. Presentations should be well structured, rigorous and demonstrate a novel contribution to knowledge
If you have registered or submitted an abstract for one of the conferences previously, please use your personal login that will have been emailed to you. If you have not received this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference resources have been developed by ASHM Conference & Events Division to assist you with your abstract submission and delivery of your presentation. The resources available are:
- How to submit an abstract online
- How to write a research based abstract
- How to present a research based abstract
- How to: Create an effective and engaging rapid fire presentation
ASHM encourages the use of person centred language throughout the conference. Please refer to the language guides before submitting your abstract.
- Biomedical Science (e.g. laboratory-based)
- Clinical Sciences
- Community Research
- Epidemiology and Public Health
- Health Economics
- Health Services and Systems
- Mathematical Modelling
- Social Research
- Policy Research
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
- Cascades of care/linkage to care
- Community engagement
- Drug treatment
- Drug Use
- Harm reduction
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis C
- Law and human rights
- Mobile outreach
- Primary care
- Tertiary care