We encourage the submission of abstracts from all areas of environmental epidemiology with a specific focus on the main theme of the conference. Abstracts submitted will be evaluated by a panel of reviewers and selected as oral or poster presentations.
Please use the following guidance to prepare your abstract for submission:
Based on the replies to these questions, selected presentations will be assigned to sessions ending with a discussion of implications of the presented results for public policy. If your abstract is selected to be included in a policy discussion session, you would be invited to participate in such discussion lead by a member of the ISEE policy committee. The focus of this discussion will be on the clarification of the reasons why the presented results give support to new policies or strengthen certain action to protect health. The discussion will also address approaches to the use of the results, in combination with other evidence, in influencing the policy