We are excited to announce that the Call for Abstracts has now officially opened!
The 46th World Hospital Congress will be held in Lisbon, Portugal from 25-27 October. The Congress is a unique global forum connecting leaders and decision-makers of hospitals, health services and healthcare organizations to share knowledge and good practices, exchange new ideas and innovations, and network with other senior executives from across the international healthcare community. This year it is co-hosted by the International Hospital Federation and the Portuguese Consortium composed of the Portuguese Association for Hospital Development (APDH), Portuguese Association of Hospital Managers (APAH), and Portuguese Association of Private Hospitals (APHP).
The Congress aims to bring together global learning and share local action. To do that, we’re seeking projects and programmes that showcase innovations, models, and examples of leadership. If you have compelling work to share, submit your abstracts to the Scientific Committee for consideration.
Visit the World Hospital Congress website and find out more about the Congress, including how you can submit your abstract and this year’s guidelines.
Don’t miss the opportunity to submit your abstract and invite your colleagues to be a part of #WHC2023. We are looking for you to share your work with us in the following areas:
TOMORROW’S WORLD – Leaders successfully navigating the future
TOMORROW’S WORLD – Wellbeing and the future for our professionals
TOMORROW’S WORLD – Innovative approaches to providing healthcare
TOMORROW’S WORLD – The ever-expanding digital landscape
TOMORROW’S WORLD – Next-generation, climate-resilient and sustainable healthcare
Read the guidelines here.
Abstract submissions will be open until 23:59 (GMT/UTC) on 5 April 2023.
We look forward to receiving your abstract and seeing you at the Congress in Lisbon!
To get inspired on what you can submit as abstracts, you can check out the accepted posters at the 45th World Hospital Congress held last 9-11 November 2022 in Dubai, UAE. You can also catch-up on what you've missed at last year's Congress by visiting this page.