CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Ghana Malaria Research Conference
Accra, Ghana/ 2nd September 2021
The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR), in collaboration with the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) is organising a Malaria Research Conference under the theme; “Strengthening Primary Health Care Systems to Fight Malaria and Improve Health”.
Research and academic institutions, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), government agencies and other individual working in the areas of malaria prevention, control, management and research in Ghana are invited to submit abstracts (in English only).
Abstracts should cover research or interventions undertaken and completed within the last five years (i.e., no earlier than September 2016). We are interested in abstracts describing malaria research and related interventions including prevention, diagnosis, treatment, management and control, surveillance and evaluation. Abstracts and presentations should emphasize how the results of the research/intervention were or will be used to direct public health action and describe or estimate the public health impact.
Abstract submitted for consideration should be original. In particular, the abstract should not represent work already published in peer-reviewed journals or previously accepted to international conference.
Abstracts must not exceed 300 words and should be divided into four (4) sections; Background, Methods, Results and Conclusion).
Abstracts should be submitted in Microsoft Word via email to email@example.com with the Malaria Research Conference Abstract” no later than Friday July 23rd, 2021, by 11:59pm GMT.
In addition to the abstract, applicant should complete the application form and submit.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Read more details on the abstract submission guidelines on ARHR website (www.arhr.org.gh)