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Call for abstracts for Malaysia Men's Health World Congress

The Men’s Health World Congress, to be held at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia from 9-11 July 2020, is calling on submission of abstracts before 15 Jan 2020.

Announcement of results will be 15 March and confirmation of authors by 15 May 2020.

Submissions – either assigned for oral or poster presentation - will be reviewed by the scientific committee and are encouraged in a range of categories including:

  • Policies, public health and epidemiology in men’s health
  • Male-specific clinical conditions
  • Health promotion, screening and prevention in men
  • High-risk behaviour in men
  • Mental health in men
  • Using digital technology for men’s health
  • Communication and engagement with men
  • Other men’s health-related topics.

The abstracts should not exceed 300 words and must be submitted in English.

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Fifty speakers will be presenting at the Men’s Health World Congress under the theme, ‘United for Men’s Health’ to underpin the organiser’s belief “in a comprehensive and holistic approach to promoting men’s health … through inter-sectorial and inter-disciplinary collaborations”.

The Conference will explore how gender identity, changing social and cultural norms shape men’s behaviours and their health.

“It is a goal to use MHWC 2020 as a platform to unite all men’s health stakeholders to discuss, debate, brainstorm, seek solutions and set directions for the future of men’s health.

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