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Call for Abstracts

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health and the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada-Atlantic, the Scientific Committee for the Northern, Rural, and Remote Health Conference invites the submission of original work relevant to conference themes from any field of research or practice. We welcome submissions for presentations that seek to share knowledge and discuss innovative community-based programs, health service projects, models of care, approaches to teaching and learning, and research in progress. We encourage submissions from community organizations, clinicians, researchers, and graduate students and trainees.

Open for Submissions:        May 12, 2017
Deadline for Abstract:         June 15, 2017
Notification:                         Mid-July, 2017
Submit your abstract to:      info.NRRHConference@gmail.com

The full Call for Abstracts is available on the conference website, along with the poster.

The conference will take place from October 6-9th, 2017 in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. Details including program information, travel and accommodations, and registration are available on the conference website. Members of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health and the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada are eligible for registration discounts. 

Please feel free to circulate the Call for Abstracts in your networks and organizations.

Thank you to everyone for your contributions and work to bring this together. We look forward to see you in Labrador this fall!


Nathaniel Pollock
Research Associate
Labrador Institute, Memorial University
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
c 709.897.4531  |  nathaniel.pollock@med.mun.ca
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