Applications to present at Health in Difference 2018 are now open!
Due to overwhelming demand we have extended the deadline for applications to present at HiD2018 by one week!
New closing date: C.O.B 8th of December 2017
Preparing to apply
We invite you to start thinking now about how your presentation or workshop could be a part of HiD2018.
It is important to consider how your presentation or workshop will contribute to the themes of this conference: Health in Place.
Click here to read full details about the conference streams: Country. Communities. Contexts. Capacity.
Please feel welcome to contact us if you would like assistance with preparing your application. We can provide guidance about the conference themes and any other concerns you may have.
Scholarships and financial assistance:
We are working to provide scholarships for HiD2018 to assist with travel and accommodation costs. Registration fees will not be covered by the scholarship program. For this conference we have created a delegate fee for those who are unwaged, part of unfunded organisations, or who face other financial difficulties. We also encourage you to engage with your local communities to explore funding opportunities.
HiD2018 is famous for offering a broad program of presentations. We welcome contributions from a wide range of themes and topic areas, including (but not limited to):
|Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples||End of life care and supports||Lesbian health|
|Ageing & Aged Care||Family||Mental Health & Suicide Prevention|
|Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs||Fear, phobia, stigma, & discrimination||Religion & Spirituality|
|Bisexuality||Gay mens health||Research|
|Cultural & Linguistic Diversity||Identities||Sport|
|Data & Data Collection||Inclusive practice||Social determinants of health|
|Digital & E-mental health||Health across the lifespan||Trans/gender health|
|Domestic and intimate partner violence||Intersex||And more!|
Presentations and Workshops
Alongside the traditional program of formal presentations, panels, and posters, we are excited to offer a stream dedicated entirely to capacity building workshops.
These workshops will be dynamic, interactive, and encourage an exchange between presenters and participants. An opportunity for deep collective work, and creative responses to health and wellbeing.
If you have questions about the presentation process please email firstname.lastname@example.org