APES – The Portuguese Association for Health Economics will hold the 17th Portuguese National Conference on Health Economics in Lisbon. The conference is an opportunity to debate, review, and disseminate major developments in research and policy. It brings the work of researchers, from Portugal and from all over the world, to a wide audience of health providers, managers and decision makers. The participation of non-Portuguese health economists is strongly encouraged.
The 17th Portuguese National Conference on Health Economics discusses a diverse set of topics within Health Economics, framed in theoretical studies, applied studies, and cases of interest both to academics and professionals, within and outside the health sector.
COVID-19 related articles are highly encouraged. Additionally, participants can also submit organized sessions on topics relevant for the conference. Organized sessions’ submissions should contain 3 to 4 abstracts, on similar topics, and may include an assigned discussant for each paper.
Abstracts should be organized with the usual sections: objectives, methods, results and conclusions. Maximum character limit: 4,000.
Submission of abstracts: until July 5th, 2021
Acceptance of communication: 12 July 2021
Abstract submissions must be made electronically through the following link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cnes2021
The conference registration and payment are mandatory for all speakers.
Abstracts should be organized with the usual sections: objectives, methods, results and conclusions. Maximum character limit: 4,000. No need to upload any file.
Organized sessions should contain 3 to 4 abstracts, on similar topics, and may include an assigned discussant for each paper. To submit an organized session,
- In the author identification fields, include only the presenters
- Insert the session title in the title field
- In the abstract field, simply indicate that this is an organized session
- Upload a PDF file with a short presentation of the session,the titles and abstracts of the papers, authors and respective afilliations, as well as the names of the assigned discussants (if applicable)