Call for abstracts for ESCAIDE 2022

call for abstract

The ESCAIDE 2022 call for abstracts and review process has now closed, with over 400 submissions, 170 abstracts were selected to be presented at the conference. You can find out more about abstract presentations at ESCAIDE 2022 here and in the detailed programme.

Thank you to all who submitted their research and contributed to the review process.

A late-breaker abstract call will be open from 31 August–14 September for abstracts reporting data that was unavailable before the deadline for submission in the general call for abstracts for ESCAIDE.

Call for abstracts for ESCAIDE 2022

The standard call for abstracts for ESCAIDE 2022 will open on 8 April and will close on 18 May (23:59 CET). ESCAIDE 2022 welcomes abstracts in all areas applied to infectious disease and public health. These areas include epidemiology, microbiology, virology, immunology, social sciences, science communication, the application of tools and methods to support infectious disease interventions and more. We encourage submissions that inform public health actions, introduce new ideas, and bring new understandings to the field. Abstract authors will receive notifications of acceptance or rejection via email in the week of 13 June.

Submitting an abstract to ESCAIDE gives you an opportunity to present your work to public health professionals from Europe and around the globe, while sharing experiences and knowledge that can benefit the whole public health community and beyond.

This year, sessions at ESCAIDE will take place with a physical audience in Stockholm and be live-streamed online, allowing both audiences to ask questions. We encourage abstract presenters to present in-person, but case-by-case exceptions can be made.

A second call, for submission of late breakers, will be organised between 24 August and 12 September. More information will be published later.

Guidelines for abstract submission

Guidelines for abstract review and selection

Funding opportunities to present at ESCAIDE 2022

Abstract writing support

Page last updated 8 Jun 2022