Rules for summary preparation


Abstracts submitted should concern research papers or reports of professional practices. We recommend that the following standards be fully observed. Please beware of proper spelling considering the quality standards for publishing of the Congress Proceedings. Abstracts will be classified into four thematic areas:

  1. General subjects in prevention and health promotion: Public policies for prevention and health promotion; Development and / or adaptation of strategies, programs and systems in prevention and health promotion; Implementation and evaluation of strategies, programs and systems; Experiences carried out in prevention and health promotion in multiple contexts: family, school, social services provision, workplace, community, clinical practice and the State; Teaching-learning experiences and continuing education in prevention and health promotion.
  2. Community participation: Community-based interventions; Community prevention systems; Social participation and health; Social identity and belonging; Place attachment/ topophilia; Community resilience; Community cohesion; Community health; Social movements; Community readiness, capacity and mobilization; Participatory democracy; Participatory community-based research.
  3. Sustainable environments: Climate change and health; Environmental education; Agroecology and community empowerment; Food and nutrition security; Water security and sanitation; Health-promoting schools and universities; Healthy cities.
  4. Social justice: Equity and health; Human rights and health; Financial vulnerability and financial well-being; Health and intersectionality; Health and race; Health of traditional peoples; Health and gender; LGBTQI + Health; Health and migration; Health in the course of life.

Abstracts must be written in Portuguese, English or Spanish and contain the following elements:

– Title: maximum of 18 words and capitalized letters. – Authorship and institutional affiliation: authors’ full names must be informed. Indicate, in parentheses, the institution to which authors are affiliated to. If affiliated to an university, please include the department, city and state. Use acronyms only for the state. The name of each author must be separated from the other by a semicolon. Undergraduate students must be identified with an asterisk and graduate students with two asterisks after the names. – Main text: between 250 and 350 words, including subheadings: Introduction (contextualization, theoretical and objective aspects), Method (in research) or Work Development (in experience reports), Results and / or Impacts (results identified in the research or the effects resulting from professional experience) and Conclusions (implications of the research or experience report and conclusive points). The abstract must be written in a single paragraph and must not have references, tables or figures. – Keywords: three keywords that identify the main issues discussed must be presented, separated by semicolons. – Financial support: indicate financial support and / or scholarships, if any. – Thematic areas: specify which thematic areas the work has (General subjects in prevention and health promotion; Community participation; Sustainable environments; or Social justice).

– Social networks: Please indicate information on social networks from the researcher and / or the research group (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, Researchgate, website), if interested in being contacted. This information will be made available in the Congress Proceedings.

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