AFHTO 2016 Conference: abstracts due May 5th

Present your ideas and innovations at the AFHTO 2016 Conference:
“Leading primary care to strengthen a population-focused health system”

Patients First has set a direction for primary care and the health system to focus on population health and integrating care at the local level to meet the needs of our communities. At this year’s AFHTO conference, attendees will be looking to learn, share ideas and identify opportunities to address local challenges to improve health, health care, and value for the people of Ontario.

We’re asking YOU to draw from your experience and views to set a course for primary care. Submit an abstract to present a concurrent session or poster in 7 core themes at the AFHTO 2016 Conference on October 17 & 18, 2016.

The deadline to submit abstracts for concurrent sessions and posters is May 5, 2016 at 9:00 AM (EST)

Review submission guidelines

Submit your abstract online

Thinking of submitting a poster or concurrent session abstract for the AFHTO 2016 Conference? Not sure how to proceed? Help is available through any of the following:

  1. Watch the quick tips webinar for help to make the most of your submission
  2. Review our tip sheet with easy steps to create a compelling presentation
  3. Use the submission template [Word] to build your abstract and save a copy before submitting online.

Reduced registration fee for concurrent session presenters: For each approved concurrent session, up to 2 presenters will each be granted a $50 discount off the conference registration fee. Additional discounts apply for patients presenting at the conference. (Discount doesn’t apply for poster displays.)

Conference key dates:

  • May 5, 2016    Deadline to submit concurrent session and poster abstract
  • June 3, 2016   Notifications of acceptance sent
  • Late June 2016    Conference registration opens
  • October 17 & 18, 2016   AFHTO 2016 Conference

Do you know anyone with interesting and innovative initiatives to share? Please forward this email to your colleagues, community partners and stakeholders to make sure everyone has an opportunity to present their initiatives.