Submit Abstracts for the 2023 HIV/ID Joint Scientific Conference
We invite researchers, healthcare professionals, scientists, policymakers, and other stakeholders to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations at the Infectious Diseases and HIV Conference. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your research findings, share experiences on best practices, and contribute to the collective knowledge of infectious diseases and HIV control.
Abstracts are welcome on the following topics
- Antimicrobial Stewardship and Antimicrobial Resistance
- Sepsis and Nosocomial Infections
- Opportunistic Infections, Tuberculosis, and Viral Hepatitis
- Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases, Epidemics, and Pandemics
- Climate Change and Health
- Tropical Infections and Neglected Diseases
- Pediatric Infectious Diseases
- Paediatric HIV : Achieving optimal Pediatric HIV outcomes.
- Implementation Science in enhancing uptake of EBIs in HIV and Infectious Diseases
- The threat of HIV Drug Resistance: Prevention and Management
- Colliding Epidemics: Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases
- The Prevention Revolution
- Aging with HIV
- HIV in Adolescents and Youth: From Theory to Practice
- Differentiated Service Delivery & Quality Client-centered Services across Cascade of Care
- Health System Strengthening: A Key Component to Excellence in Service Provision
- Basic Science and Research for HIV
- Advanced HIV Disease
- Vaccines: Research, Development, and Use
- Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV
- HIV in Special populations & Key populations
Abstracts must be prepared in English and should not exceed 350 words or 300 words if including a table or figure.
Abstracts should follow the outlined format:
- Subtheme – Track
- Authors and affiliations
- Corresponding author and contact details: Name, email, phone number
- Background: A concise statement of the issue under investigation, the program, intervention, research/evaluation, or case study. Please provide a clear problem statement and context.
- Objectives: Objective or purpose of the intervention, research/evaluation, or case review.
- Methods: Description of the intervention, model, or research/evaluation methods used.
- Results: Specific findings or outcomes/achievements of the intervention, model, or research/evaluation. Include lessons learned and the effects of the intervention/model/policy.
- Conclusions, recommendations and implications: Based on your results, describe how this activity could inform/guide other programs and policies in control of Infectious Diseases and HIV in Kenya
Successful applicants will be notified via email. The corresponding author will receive the notification and will be responsible for informing co-authors. All accepted abstracts will be listed on the conference website and made available in full on NASCOP, HIVCSOK and IDSK websites following the conference.
Mode of Presentation
Oral and posters presentations during the meeting, there will be no virtual option.
Please find more details here : Call for abstract