Call for late-breaking Abstracts
Late breaking abstract submissions are open until 12th August for in-person presentation in Geneva!
Please read this information carefully before preparing your abstract
After the submission
Presentation of abstracts
Accepted abstracts presented at ICPIC will be published online in Antimicrobial Resistance & Infection Control (www.aricjournal.com), the official ICPIC journal with an impact factor of 3.568.
Accepted abstracts will also be available on the ICPIC website, about one month prior to the conference.
Icpic clip award submission
The primary objective of the Award is to honour the creativity and quality of the best video clips promoting infection control or any measure designed to improve patient safety.
Participation: Individuals, groups, or industry may enter up to two video clips of a 2-5 min duration.
Clips will be evaluated on their originality, fun factor, and usefulness in promoting the topic. They may feature certain devices or products on the market, but are not allowed to be “promotional” (logo’s or brand name of products may be recognizable but the aim of the clip is promoting infection control, not the product).
In order to take part to the ICPIC Clip Award Contest, applicant must submit an abstract under the topic 10b. ICPIC Clip Award.
The abstract should state the objective of the video clip / video campaign and briefly describe the video.