The Caucus invites abstracts for presentations that address health programming and practices, research approaches, and policy and structural approaches for Indigenous populations. Authors should submit to the best-fit category for their abstract.
Suggested topic areas pertaining to this year’s theme, are listed below. Abstracts that specifically address, but are not limited to, these topics are encouraged and will be given special consideration:
Authors whose work reflects these areas should specifically note this in the abstract text, as they may be given special consideration in the selection process:
Submission categories include: 1) Policy & Structural Approaches, 2) Programs & Practice, and 3) Research Approaches. Authors should submit to the best-fit category for their abstract.
Note 1: The AIANNH Planning Committee does not: 1) preview abstracts prior to submission; or 2) provide feedback on submitted abstracts. Please submit no more than 1 -2 abstracts per author as multiple submissions cause issues during the acceptance process. NOTE: Only ONE presenter is allotted per oral session.
Note 2: The AIANNH Caucus may collaborate with other APHA entities.SUBMISSION PROCESS
Abstracts MUST be submitted through the APHA website. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words, and must follow the general APHA guidelines for submission.
Submissions that do not comply will not be reviewed.
NOTE: If an abstract is accepted, ALL presenters must be individual members of APHA in order to present, and must register for the annual meeting; however, APHA membership is not required at the time of abstract submission. Abstracts cannot be presented or published in any journal prior to the APHA Meeting.
For program questions, contact the program planner listed below.
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