The call for abstracts has now closed.
The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) will be hosting its annual Forum from October 17-19, 2022 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
CIMVHR Forum provides an opportunity for researchers to showcase emerging research to academics, practitioners, government officials, and policy makers. Researchers are invited to submit abstracts for consideration for both oral and poster presentations related to military, Veteran, public safety personnel and their family’s health and well-being. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to.
| Knowledge translation
|| Peer support
| Mental health
|| Chronic pain prevention/management
| Battlefield medicine
|| Gender and diversity
| Women’s health
|| Musculoskeletal disorders
|| Public safety personnel
| Population health
| Aging and older Veterans
|| Moral injury
| Military to civilian transition
The program will enable participants to discuss and understand key research activities that can influence research development, policy development, programs, clinical practice, and implementation.
CIMVHR will accept research and program/intervention evaluation abstracts for poster , podium and symposia presentations from early February 2022 until April 19, 2022, 12:00 pm noon (Eastern Time). Abstract submissions will not be accepted after April 19, 2022.
Canadian Forces Health Services (CF H Svcs) personnel who are considering submitting an abstract must inform LCol Alexander Natale, SSO S&T, Canadian Forces Health Services Group HQ at ALEXANDER.NATALE@forces.gc.ca prior to submission.
Disclaimer: CIMVHR is currently planning an in-person Forum in Halifax, Nova Scotia, for October 2022. Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure the health and safety of our stakeholders, CIMVHR will continue to monitor the pandemic closely and follow Provincial guidelines to determine if we need to move to a virtual format. Poster and oral presenters will be informed on how this will impact their presentations as decisions are made. Thank you for your patience and understanding.