The 3rd Global Nepali Health Conference September 17-19, 2021 London, United Kingdom Organized by Health Committee non-Resident Nepali Association. We invite scholars and practitioners from all disciplines as well as the curious general public to participate in the 3rd Global Nepali Health Conference. We welcome abstracts for contributions that share research findings related to Nepali society or the broader global health issues. Research from all disciplines will be considered, including work relating to the Nepali Diaspora.
The theme of this year conference is “Holistic Health in the Era of Pandemic and Beyond”. We particularly invite submissions for scientific presentation, symposium/panel discussion and skills building workshops.
– Holistic healthcare and Covid-19
– Epidemiology of Covid-19
– Covid-19 prevention
– Treatment and care of Covid-19 patients
– Covid-19 and mental health
– Covid-19 Vaccine
– Impacts of Covid-19 on treatment and care of other health problems or diseases.
Call for abstract or proposal
Conference organizing committee invites an abstract or proposal for following headings
Abstract for Scientific Session
The oral paper presentation or poster presentation may be authored by an individual or by a group. The abstract should be in line with the main theme of the conference and linked to the conference’s sub-themes. The oral presentations will be grouped in parallel sessions based on the sub-themes. Similarly, the poster presentation may be created by an individual or by a group and is to be e-displayed during the conference. At times, the author(s) of the poster will accompany it, to answer questions that people have. The abstract submitted should be 300 words or less.
Abstract For Symposium And Panel Discussion
When applying for a symposium, one person (Symposium Coordinator) is responsible for submitting the following:
The symposium presentation is a self-organized seminar/webinar of three (or more) speakers on a common topic which are presented within the same session and are in line with the conference’s main theme, as well as one or more of the sub-themes.
- 1. An abstract (maximum 300 words) that describes the theme of the symposium and which argues for the importance of it within the framework of the conference.
- 2. Short biography (Maximum 100 words per person) of panel members
- 3. Photos of Panel members
Proposal for Skills Building Workshops
A self-organized skills building workshop of one or more presentations relevant to the conference theme/sub-themes. Workshops are intended to be thoroughly interactive with considerable participation and discussion from those attending. Workshops may have an explicit agenda of training participants on a given topic or of generating an interest group or a network for future collaboration. If applying for a workshop, please submit an abstract of 300 words or less including a description of the content and how it will be delivered (pedagogical methods, etc.)
Abstract submission: 15th July 2021
Notification of acceptance: 1st August 2021
Conference registration by: 15th August 2021
Please send your abstract or proposal in this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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