Allied Health is Good Health
The 2017 iCAHE Allied Health conference will be a celebration of new work by academics, clinicians, and policy makers in the area of service delivery and implementation for Allied Health.
This conference will discuss the current state of play in allied health practice globally, present updates in allied health research and practice, and discuss challenges and strategies to address the challenges in allied health practice.
This event will include pre-conference workshops, post-conference workshops, two days of conference presentations by internationally recognized keynote speakers and plenaries, breakfast sessions for students, and a cocktail networking event. Abstracts would be welcomes from all areas of allied health related to service delivery and implementation.
02-06-17: Call for Abstracts EXTENDED
After much consideration we have decided to extend our call for abstracts until JUNE 16TH 2017. Be sure to get in before this date as no late abstracts will be accepted after this time!
25-05-17: Early Bird Registration Now Open!
We are pleased to announce that Early Bird Registrations for the 2017 iCAHE Allied Health Conference has now opened! This will only be available for a limited time, so get in quick to get a excellent discounted rate!
23-05-17: Keynote Speaker Annouced - Professor Quinette Louw
We are pleased to announce Professor Quinette Louw as a keynote speaker for our 2017 Allied Health Conference. With a background in evidence-based healthcare, musculoskeletal health, and utilising the scientific and clinical evidence to promote health and improve human functionality within a trans-disciplinary context, Professor Louw will be a welcomed presenter at our conference
06-03-17: Abstracts are now OPEN!
We are now accepting abstracts for consideration to present at this conference. The central theme of the 2017 iCAHE Conference is “Allied Health is Good Health.” Submissions on this theme are particularly welcome. Broadly, this conference is to showcase all areas of allied health and how putting evidence into practice needs to be considered across all involved parties, from clinicians, to policymakers, managers, and consumers. Abstracts close on JUNE 2ND 2017. Late submissions will not be considered. Abstracts will be peer reviewed according to relevance to the conference themes, originality of the work, specific results described, and potential impact. Please prepare abstracts carefully and describe accomplishments specifically. Click here to see our tracks and topics.
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