Call for Abstracts

Submit an abstract & present at the conference!


Dear colleagues

You can submit your abstract for an oral presentation, poster presentation, symposium or round table discussion. Interactive sessions like workshops, round tables, or other formats are especially encouraged. We are looking forward to learn about your state-of-the-art research findings and all innovative approaches concerning the field of psychology, health, and beyond.

We look forward to welcoming you in March 2024 for an inspiring conference!

ARPH Conference 2024 Committee 

Important Dates

November 15, 2023
Call for abstract open

January 17, 2024
Extended deadline abstract submission

February 1, 2024
Notification of acceptance or rejection

Abstract Content

The abstract should not be more than 250 words in the body text (background, methods, findings, and discussion and conclusion) and additionally include (max 50 words) a note on how this research aims to build bridges for health. The abstract should not include figures, tables, or references. Abbreviations should be kept to a minimum and defined at first use. Please note that we cannot publish abstracts of work that has previously been published in full elsewhere. Please mention funding information and/or conflicts of interest.

Submission Title

Provide a catchy and concise title for your submission

Names and affiliations of authors

Provide full names and affiliations (name of organisation, city, and country) for all authors


Briefly describe the rationale and prior research informing your submission


Including, if applicable, study design, participants, interventions, analysis, etc.


Describe outcomes, data, and statistical tests if appropriate. For example, for randomised controlled trials, the actual numbers and percentages for the primary outcome/s, and estimated effect size (e.g., odds ratio) and its precision (eg, 95% CI).

Discussion and conclusion

Describe the main take-home message, strengths and limitations, and future directions of the research

Building bridges

Provide insight in how your research aims to build a bridge within or between health care and/or research.

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