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Notifications Underway for ISPAH Congress 2024 Abstract Submissions


Louvre Museum at Paris France

The International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH) is pleased to announce that notifications for abstract submissions for the upcoming 2024 Congress are currently being sent out. After rigorous reviews by over 60 expert abstract reviewers, the scientific committee has completed evaluations of more than 900 submissions.

All participants will receive their notification by May 17, ensuring everyone is informed in a timely manner. This congress will feature an impressive lineup of 17 symposia and 31 oral sessions, comprising a total of 217 oral presentations. These presentations have been meticulously selected to align closely with the congress’s overarching theme, and presenters will have the opportunity to showcase their findings in a 7-minute oral presentation.

In an effort to accommodate as many presenters as possible, ISPAH has implemented a policy where only one abstract per author can be selected for an oral presentation. Those whose submissions are not included in the oral sessions will have the opportunity to participate as e-poster presenters. This format includes a brief 3-minute in-person presentation of their e-posters during designated e-poster sessions.

ISPAH is committed to fostering a diverse and engaging platform where researchers and practitioners from around the globe can share their insights and contributions to the field of physical activity and health.

Participants can view their abstract outcomes and confirmed presentation formats on the Abstract Dashboard, available on our website. This user-friendly platform ensures that all information is readily accessible and provides an efficient way for presenters to stay updated.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to all contributors for enhancing the discourse at ISPAH 2024. Your research and perspectives are essential in advancing the field of physical activity and health. We look forward to seeing you at the congress!