Abstract submissions have now closed.
Abstract submission will be open to all involved in the prevention and control of tuberculosis in Australia and overseas. You may submit as many abstracts as you would like. Content may have been presented in other forums (e.g. other conferences) however please indicate on the submission form if this is the case.
All types of TB-related research, quality improvement programs, clinic initiatives, clinical management, case reports or case series will be considered. Abstracts detailing research activities may be asked to provide evidence of ethics approval or quality assurance by a Human Research Ethics Committee.
Authors are required to be available, or nominate another person who is available, to present at the NSW Health TB Conference on 16th or 17th March 2023. The conference is running as a hybrid event. Presentations may be in person or virtually; however, in person presentations may be prioritised if required. Presenters should
Register for the conference prior to abstract submission (in person and virtual registration available).
Presentations will be recorded, and oral presentation slides will be made available to conference participants in pdf format only unless alternative arrangements are requests by the author/s.
Presentations options are:
Longer presentations may be requested by the organising committee.
Abstracts should contain a title, a list of co-authors (if applicable), and the body should describe the background, methods, results, and conclusions of your research or quality improvement programs.
For case reports or case series, abstracts should include a background, brief case presentation/s, and importance or relevance for clinical management.
Abstracts should not exceed 300 words, and may include a data table but should not include illustrations and/or figures.
All abstracts must be submitted using the electronic form below by Sunday 5 February 2023.
If you have any issues with this please contact NSWH-TBProgram@health.nsw.gov.au