If you are uncertain about the abstract submission process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will assist to the best of his ability.
*Late abstracts are still welcome. The initial deadline (May 2017) has passed. Please contact Jason Marion for late abstract submissions. Submissions are still encouraged.
Upon submission, you will get an automatic email notification of receipt.
Multiple abstract submissions are welcome.
**There are Three Options for Abstract Submissions**
(1) Research, (2) Panel or (3) Demonstration
University student abstracts are most welcome.
Eligibility: Presentation options for selected abstracts will be either a short (15-20 min) oral presenation or a poster. All researchers including practitioners, clinicians, university faculty, graduate & undergraduate students, or others engaged in One Health or Environmental Health-related research are encouraged to submit abstracts. Student are eligible for competitions.
Format: The initial deadline has passed. *Please contact Jason Marion for late abstract submissions. Late abstracts are still welcome. Abstracts of 250 words or less should be submitted by the deadline of 01 May 2017 (23:59 EDT). Abstracts ought include a brief statement of Aim(s), Methods, Results and Conclusions. Abstracts with vague statements that results will be presented are discouraged. However, new or ongoing research with incomplete data analysis accompanied with some basic/preliminary data will be given consideration. At submission, presentation options (oral, poster, either) will be requested. SUBMIT HERE.
Eligibility: Panels may include four to eight panelists for sessions lasting 60 to 120 minutes. Topics for consideration include (1) Panel abstracts highlighting successful linkages or problem solving between non-environmental health and environmental health professionals working in One Health areas of expertise are encouraged. (2) Panel abstracts focusing on areas for improvement in inter-professional training and/education are most welcome. (3) Panel abstracts highlighting successes and challenges in the university-setting for promoting and growing One Health and Environmental Public Health programs are also welcome. (4) Other panel ideas aligning with the conference theme may be submitted for consideration.
Format: The 500-word or less submission should at a minimum describe the theme, list the planned contributions, and describe expected outcomes for session attendees. SUBMIT HERE.
Eligibility: Do you have a successful product for addressing an environmental public health or One Health challenge? Have you developed a new technology for tracking the burden of an environmental or animal-related disease? Do you have an innovative program or device that can help reduce/prevent vectorborne, zoonotic, waterborne, or foodborne disease? If so, please submit an abstract.
Format: *The initial deadline has passed. Please contact Jason Marion for late abstract submissions. Late abstracts are still welcome.Please contact Jason Marion for late abstract submissions. Abstracts of 250 words or less should be submitted by the extended deadline of 01 MAY 2017 at 23:59 EDT. Please include a brief statement of how the product or innovation addresses a public health and/or One Health problem. The abstract should include information on who will benefit from the presentation and why they should benefit. Additional details that will help abstract reviewers understand how the presentation will benefit the conference attendees are encouraged. Industry presentations may be selected to do a display presentation or oral presentation.