Call for late breaking submissions

We are delighted to announce we will soon be offering the opportunity for late-breaking submissions.

At the time of the original submission deadline, you may have been uncertain about whether travel to the conference would be feasible due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic may also have caused delays in study completion. In light of these circumstances and the recent relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions across the globe, we want to provide an additional opportunity for you to submit your work.

Submissions will re-open on 30 May and close on 17 June for in person and online Oral & Poster presentations, Works in Progress and Roundtable discussions.

ICCH 2022 Key dates

  • Late breaking submissions open 30 May 2022
  • Deadline for late breaking submissions on 17 June 2022
  • Notification of acceptance for late breaking submissions by end of July 2022
  • Pre-conference courses from 5-6 September 2022
  • Conference 6-9 September 2022

How to submit

To make your submission, please register on the submission site here (opens 30 May) if you have not already previously registerd, and follow the instructions once logged in. The closing date for submissions is Midnight GMT on Friday 17 June 2022.

Abstract Guidelines

Please ensure your submission complies with the category specific guidelines below. Please review the description of each type of presentation to best determine the most appropriate category when submitting.

Themes and Topics 

You will be asked to select at least 1 and up to 3 topics from a list that best describe your work. Please note that topic choice(s) will not impact whether your abstract is accepted. We are using topics to help organise the overall programme.

To view the full list of topics please click here

We would like the participation of as many people as possible at the conference and therefore the scientific committee will limit the number of oral presentations per presenter to a maximum of 2.

Abstract submissions will be evaluated by at least 2 peer reviewers. Scores and comments are submitted to the Scientific Committee, who will select final presentations for the programme. Evaluation criteria are included in the guidelines for each category. The final decision on the presentation format will be made by the Scientific Committee, depending on the number, quality and type of the abstract submissions.


​​​​​Please email if you need any help during the submission process.