Abstract Guidelines2019-03-31T03:41:08+00:00

41st Annual AHES Conference Submission Guidelines

Abstracts are invited for:

  1. Oral presentations (20 minutes + 5 minutes question time)
  2. Organised sessions (100 minutes, consisting 3 to 4 papers with or without a discussant)
  • Abstracts should report original work that has not been published prior to the Society's meeting. Although abstracts may reflect work previously presented elsewhere the work should not have been previously presented at the Society's meeting.
  • No abstracts/session proposals/full papers will be accepted after the submission deadline: Sunday 26th May 2019.
  • All submissions are to be submitted via the conference management system.
  • Abstracts should be no more than 2,000 characters in length for oral presentations and no more than 8,200 characters for organised session proposals (2000 characters max for each abstract and 2000 characters max for a summary of the proposed session.
  • All submissions will be reviewed by the Scientific Review Committee, and notifications will be sent to the main contact/presenting author no later than Friday 28th June 2019
  • An individual is only allowed to present one paper at the AHES conference, either in a contributed or an organised session.
  • For any questions please contact the AHES Exec at news@ahes.org.au

AHED Workshop

  • The 7th Annual Australian Health Economics Doctoral Workshop will be held in conjunction with the AHES Conference 2019.
  • AHES will award the A$500 AHED Workshop Prize for Best Presenter to one of the students for excellence in their oral presentation.
  • Six research abstracts on any topic in health economics will be competitively selected for inclusion in the program.
  • In addition, the six papers selected for AHED will be presented in a special session at the main AHES conference.
  • The workshop is an excellent opportunity to meet other students and health economists before the main conference.
  • All abstracts submitted by PhD students to the main AHES conference will be automatically considered for the AHED workshop. (N.B. Those papers that are not selected for the AHED workshop will be automatically considered for the main AHES conference).
  • To be considered for the AHED workshop, students should submit an abstract via the AHES Conference 2019 abstract submission system (by the submission date Sunday 26th May 2019) indicating they are a Higher Degree by Research Student.

AHES Student scholarship to attend and present at AHES

Eligibility for AHES Student Travel Scholarship

  • AHES is offering domestic and international scholarships for students from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region to present at the Conference. For more information and eligibility guidelines please visit this webpage.
  • To be considered, you must submit a full copy of the paper (8,000 words maximum) and a letter of support from your supervisor via our online abstract submission pages no later than Sunday 26th May 2019.