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The International Maternal Newborn Health Conference (IMNHC) 2023 is looking for exciting new findings that will drive improvements in maternal and newborn health globally and prevent stillbirths. Abstract programming is an opportunity to showcase research, programs, projects, or policy implementation. Abstracts should highlight collaborations among or implications for stakeholders across different disciplines. Abstract sessions will feature new data and new insights, and they will drive rigorous, evidence-based discussions. Abstract submissions should center around one or more of the conference tracks. Across all conference tracks, IMNHC 2023 aims to highlight efforts that demonstrate successful collaboration across different types of stakeholders, address equity gaps in MNH care and outcomes, and identify successful ways to reduce maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality and stillbirths.
Abstracts may describe research, programs, projects, or policy implementation and results. Abstracts will be selected for oral presentations, oral poster presentations, and e-posters.
Oral abstracts will then be grouped into sessions by the IMNHC Program Committee. Panels include a panel description (250 word limit), plus three or four abstracts (350 word limit each) that present complementary findings linked thematically.
Panel submissions may include a first-person story (e.g., from a client or health worker), to enhance impact and perspective; a first-person story counts as one of the panel abstracts.
A smaller number of abstracts will be selected as late-breaking, or submissions that do not have data or findings available before 30 September 2022. Submission for late-breaking abstracts will be open between 1-14 December 2022.
AlignMNH is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in collaboration with the U.S. Agency for International Development.