ISPOR 2020 offers you an opportunity to present your research at the leading global conference for health economics and outcomes research. Submit today and contribute to the future of HEOR and the difference it is making in today’s global healthcare landscape.
Submit your research in one of the 14 taxonomy categories listed below. Or, submit based on this year’s conference theme, HEOR: Advancing Evidence to Action.
Clinical Outcomes ● Economic Evaluation ● Epidemiology & Public Health ● Health Policy & Regulatory ● Health Service Delivery & Process Care ● Health Technology Assessment ● Medical Technologies ● Methodological & Statistical Research ● Organizational Practices ● Patient-Centered Research ● Real-World Data & Informational Systems ● Specialized Treatment Areas ● Specific Diseases & Conditions ● Study Approaches
Submission Types Include
Research: 15-minute oral presentation or poster presentation with a dedicated author discussion hour
Workshops: 1-hour oral presentation on new and innovative applications in the use of HEOR
Issue Panels: 1-hour oral debate or discussion on multistakeholder perspectives on new or controversial issues in HEOR.
For additional information on abstract submissions, including instructions, examples, and specific evaluation criteria, click here. For questions concerning submissions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission of all research abstracts, issue panel proposals, and/or workshop proposals is free of charge.
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ISPOR is strongly committed to diversity. The Society’s Strategic Plan and core values embrace excellence through encouragement and acceptance of diverse ideas, cultures, and disciplines. Research submissions are encouraged from all stakeholders and are evaluated based on merit. ISPOR also aims to reflect the diversity of its membership in all endeavors and encourages consideration of diversity in abstract submissions. Diversity dimensions include (but not limited to) gender, career stage, ethnicity, race, education, sexual orientation, region/geographic location, physical disability, and religion. Additional information can be found at the Society’s Diversity Policy.
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