EMH 2019 Call for Abstracts

EMH 2019 Call for Abstracts

  • 8th Annual e-Mental Health Conference Call for Abstracts

  • EMH 2019 will host a poster session Friday, February 1 from 6:30-7:30pm during the evening reception as well as during the lunch hour on Saturday, February 2. Our goal is to highlight research and interventions related to e‑mental health.

    We are accepting submissions of abstracts through January 11. Abstracts will be reviewed and responded to on a rolling basis, within 5 business days of submission.

    Submission Guidelines

    There is no fee for submitting an abstract or presenting a poster. All attending members are encouraged to apply, including academics, professionals, students, and individuals with lived experience. We encourage innovation and diversity in the e‑mental health field, and thus welcome posters showing every stage of research and development at EMH 2019. Original qualitative and quantitative research, literature reviews, meta analysis, and reviews of existing web-based resources are all acceptable submissions. Below, please provide:

    • Presenter name and affiliation
    • Title of your poster
    • Abstract

    The structured abstract of your poster should be no more than 200 words, and should include the following five sections: introduction, methods, results, conclusion and relevance/implications.

    Demonstrations can take a variety of formats, including but not limited to: poster, tablet, computer, model, etc. The purpose of the demonstrations will be to highlight research in progress, explain the process of creating your application or intervention, to describe the features of your project or current clinical responses. A demonstration abstract should also be no more than 200 words, and should include an introduction, the development process/features/response to your project, conclusion and relevance/implications. Please let us know how you plan to show off your demo in the Format section (maximum 50 words).

  • Maximum 15 words
  • Abstract for Poster

  • Maximum 200 words , including the following five sections: introduction, methods, results, conclusion and relevance/implications
  • Thank You

    We will contact you shortly via email regarding your submission.