With these sub-themes, we would like to continue and foster the discussion launched in Finland during #EHMA2019 addressing six ‘pillars’ of healthcare change in Europe and beyond. These six pillars – strongly interconnected and interdependent – will guide all debates and aspects of #EHMA2020, from the call for abstracts to the plenaries, from the interactive discussions to the partners’ sessions.
For each sub-theme, one “focus area” has been identified to be put in the spotlight at the #EHMA2020, but each sub-theme also has a wider range of keywords and topics worthy of further discussion. Abstracts submitters are encouraged to present papers addressing one of the identified focus-areas; however, any abstract responding to one of the sub-themes will be evaluated, even if not specifically addressing the focus-area.
What is the role of health management in leading the necessary changes towards better health systems and services? How can managers help to go beyond silos-oriented healthcare and bridge innovation, sustainability, systems and people? How can we scale up and integrate change in the healthcare ecosystem?
Submit your abstract and join us in Rotterdam to discover what’s next in health management in Europe and beyond!
To submit your abstract use the “Submit” button below. Only abstracts submitted online will be considered; however, should you face any issues with the system, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Before submitting, please read the guidelines here.
The deadline for the Abstracts submission is February 16th, 2020 at midnight CET.
The abstracts can be submitted within one of the following sub-themes:
Abstracts can also be submitted under the Karolinska Medical Management Centre / EHMA Research Award (PhD Students’ session).
The best papers submitted under this category will have the opportunity to compete for a € 1.000 prize during a dedicated session at the EHMA 2020 Annual Conference. Candidates should be young researchers in the final phase of their PhD studies or have recently completed a PhD. Only the PhD students may present the abstract (supervisors are not allowed to present the papers on behalf on their students). Abstracts do not have to be linked to the Conference theme but must be associated with a doctoral thesis in the field of health policy and management.