We are now calling for abstracts for the 2022 Digital Health and Telemedicine Summit! Speakers for the conference will be selected via our call for abstracts. If you’re interested in presenting, familiarise yourself with the information below and begin to work on your submission.
Our call for abstracts process will consist of a round 1 and a round 2 of submissions. Submit during round 1 to get in early and secure your place as a speaker! If you need a little bit of extra time to get your abstract submission ready, submit during round 2.
There is a two-step process for abstract submission. Please follow the instructions below carefully to ensure your submission is correct and included in the evaluation process. Make sure you read about the different presentation types available below.
You must complete this two-step process for each submission you wish to make.
Please note: by submitting an abstract, authors agree to the General Policies and Requirements and the Speaker/Author Agreement.
Each presenter will have 25-minutes for their presentation. The 25-minute presentation length is inclusive of question and answer time. Presenters can choose to speak for less than 25 minutes if they wish to facilitate deeper discussion.
Presentations should communicate trends in the sector, including showcasing experience in good practices, lessons learnt, project work and strategies, and/or technical research, investigations and studies.
Presentation slides, video clips and props are encouraged but not compulsory. These presentations will be made available online to conference attendees after the conference.
Final presentations are to be submitted 14 days prior to the conference for conference preparations and pre-loading.
Rooms are equipped with a computer and multimedia projector. If additional equipment is needed, it must be previously requested and is subject to availability. Additional AV can be requested during the abstract submission process.
Workshop presenters may choose to provide a hands-on session that is anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours long.
Workshop presenters must provide an outline of the structure/plan for the session, indicating clearly how they will minimize presenter talk and maximise participant hands-on experience and discussion or interaction.
Workshops should communicate technical research, and/or industry trends including demonstrating good practice in the project management sector, lessons learnt, project work and strategies being utilised.
Workshop outlines will be made available online to conference attendees after the conference. Final workshop visual aids are to be submitted 14 days prior to the conference for conference preparations and pre-loading.
Please read the abstract guide and complete the Abstract Template, which will assist you in formatting, structuring and naming your abstract correctly. Abstracts must be submitted using this template, if sufficient information is not provided it will be rejected.
Please do not alter the structure/formatting of the template, simply fill in the editable sections as required, to be eligible for review. Once complete, the template should meet the following criteria:
If submitting more than one abstract add a number after your initial, 1 for your first abstract, 2 for the second abstract etc (e.g. Smith_J1.pdf, Smith_J2.pdf)
Download the abstract guide and template below. Presenters / Authors unable to submit online should contact the Conference Organiser to make alternative arrangements via email@example.com.
Please upload the completed abstract template via our online form. If the embedded form does not work there is a button to access the form in a separate window below.
On completion of your submission, you will receive a confirmation email with your unique abstract ID and the file name of your submission. Please allow at least 30 minutes for the confirmation email to come through.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Conference Organiser via firstname.lastname@example.org
The Conference Abstract Committee (CAC) will be responsible for evaluating abstracts.
The CAC may accept or reject abstracts and their decision is final.
Every effort will be made to accommodate the author(s) presentation preference however the CAC reserves the right to allocate the presentation to best suit the program and the overall balance of content.
Final program streams will be adjusted as necessary depending on current and pressing topics and in line with the range of abstracts received.
All abstracts will be reviewed by an independent reviewer for content, relevance, suitability and technical value before being accepted or declined. It is assumed the quality of the abstract is indicative of the quality of the final presentation.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Committee according to the evaluation criteria below:
Acceptance or otherwise is at the discretion of the Conference Abstract Committee.
All successful presenters will be notified by Monday, 29th August with an acceptance letter via email (so please check your junk / spam mail folder after this date in case it is misdirected). Full instructions for accepted presenters will be forwarded on the acceptance of the abstract.
The details provided as the author contact should be for the nominated main contact of your abstract. All correspondence relating to the submission will be directed to this person, and they should in turn distribute to all co-presenters.
We will endevour the speaker at least once on acceptance to ensure they have received information, answer any questions.
A maximum of two presenters may present a single presentation, unless approved by the Conference Program Committee.
No additional time will be given, unless approved by the Conference Program Committee.