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Mon, 10 Sep 2018 23:01:04 +0200
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Call for Participants

iHEA is pleased to announce a new initiative that will be launched at the 2019 Congress in Basel: a pre-congress session that is dedicated to Early Career Researchers (ECRs).

This session will take place on the afternoon of Saturday 13th July 2019 and is being organised by the conveners of the ECR Special Interest Group (SIG). The aim of this session is to provide a forum for ECRs to present their research and receive detailed feedback from both their peers and senior researchers in their field. Abstracts may be submitted by researchers who are PhD students or scientists who have received their highest degree (MSc, MA or PhD) within the past seven years.

Format of the session
•	ECRs who are selected via a competitive process to participate in this session will be asked to submit a working paper presenting their work in advance of the session. This should be advanced work in progress, including results.
•	 During the session, a discussion slot will be allocated to this paper. In this time slot, a senior health economist will discuss this paper.
•	This discussant will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the paper and consider how to solve any problems with the work.
•	The discussant will also make suggestions regarding how the ECR might proceed with this work. This could include advice on which journals to target, how the paper could be written for different audiences, how to attract an international audience to the paper, and how to improve the odds of getting the paper accepted in a leading health economics journal.
•	The conversation will then be opened up to the other ECRs and senior researchers in the room.
•	 The emphasis will be on providing constructive feedback.
•	The benefits of this approach will not only accrue to the ECRs who submit an abstract: all ECR attendees will benefit from hearing the feedback provided by senior health economists (some of which will be specific to the submitted paper, and some of which will be more general).
•	All ECR attendees will have access to senior health economists before, during and after the session.

Key practical details
•	Abstract submission will open in September 2018 and will close on Monday, December 10, 2018.
•	Abstracts can be submitted on any topic.
•	Submission of an abstract will have no impact on the eligibility of ECRs to submit abstracts to the main congress.
•	Successful ECRs will be notified in February 2019. The deadline for paper submission will be May 2019.
•	Discussants will be matched with ECRs by topic/theme; pairings will not be random.
•	 The session is open to all ECRs, not just those who have abstracts accepted.
•	After the session there will be a reception to provide further opportunities for ECRs to engage with senior health economists. This reception will also be open to ECRs who have not participated in the session itself.
•	An award will be given to the paper with the greatest potential to contribute to the health economics literature.

For more information, and to submit an abstract, please CLICK HERE: https://www.healtheconomics.org/page/ECRPreConSession

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