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2018 Joint Congress

IARM20 Scientific Program Department

JA Toride Medical Center
Ibaraki, Japan

Liaison Office of IARM20

c/o Procom International Co., Ltd.
TFT Bldg. East Wing 9F, 3-6-11 Ariake Koto-ku Tokyo, 135-0063 Japan
Tel: +81-3-5520-8821
Fax: +81-3-5520-8820
E-mail: iarmjarm@procomu.jp

  We welcome submission of abstracts for the IARM2018 Congress in Tokyo.
  Abstract submission starts on January 10th, 2018 and is due on May 10th, 2018. ⇒ Closed
  Presenting Authors’ Registration:
All presenting authors are obliged to register by June 30, 2018
  Instructions for the submission of abstracts:
  Abstracts must be submitted through the online by clicking the following site, which links to go on to the online submission page. You will need to register for submission.
No other means of submission will be accepted.
  The abstract must be a maximum of 300 words (excluding title and authors) and must be written in English.
In scientific abstracts we ask you to use the following structure: Introduction, Aims of the study, Material and Methods, Results, Conclusions.
  The presenting author of the abstract must be registered to the Congress in order to include the presentation (oral or poster) in the Congress Program.
  Presentation methods:
A preferred presentation method should be selected during the submission from the following options:
-Oral Presentation
-Poster Presentation
  All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee, who will consider its formal aspects and the content.
They will decide which abstracts will be accepted and may reconsider the final presentation type.
Abstracts are invited under the following categories:
Sub-Theme 1-1. Current situation and future prospects of country-specific health insurance system including the long-term care insurance in aging societies all over the world.
Sub-Theme 1-2. Country-specific preparation and measures for elderly with dementia.
Sub-Theme 1-3. Current state of home health care medicine in each country.
Sub-Theme 1-4. Current situation of global warming countermeasures and agricultural and rural medicine
Sub-Theme 1-5.Practical use of the Big Data (Mega-Data) in the medical and care fields
Sub-Theme 2-1. Health and safety policies in rural areas
Sub-Theme 2-2. Occupational & environmental health, accidents & injuries in agriculture
Sub-Theme 2-3. Improving the access of rural workers into occupational health care
Sub-Theme 2-4. Promoting better diagnosis, reporting and prevention of occupational diseases in agriculture
Sub-Theme 2-5. Health care emergencies in farming and fishing
Sub-Theme 2-6. Physical risk factors in agriculture
Sub-Theme 2-7. Improving the health of aged rural workers
Sub-Theme 2-8. Muscle skeletal risks in rural areas
Sub-Theme 2-9. Cancer risk in rural areas
Sub-Theme 2-10. Psychosocial risks in rural areas
Sub-Theme 2-11. Women and child health in rural areas
Sub-Theme 2-12. Disaster medicine in rural areas
Sub-Theme 2-13. Known and emerging biological risks and zoonosis and their prevention
Sub-Theme 2-14. Economics and financing of health care for rural population
Sub-Theme 2-15. Migration and health
Sub-Theme 2-16. Training and research in rural health
All presenting authors will receive an acceptance/rejection notification via e-mail around the end of June, 2018.