Call for Abstracts Now Open: All In National Meeting 2019

Submission deadline: May 17, 2019 at 11:59 pm PST
(Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis – early submissions are strongly encouraged)

The 2019 All In National Meeting is pleased to announce that the call for abstracts is now open! This year’s meeting is designed to lift up the hard-won knowledge and practical lessons from pioneering local data sharing initiatives to accelerate our progress toward improved health equity for all.

Abstract Submission Options

We’re seeking abstracts from applicants who are actively engaged in a collaborative effort to improve health and well-being in their communities and are interested in highlighting successes and lessons learned (including failures and mixed results) from their multi-sector data sharing efforts. Practitioners of varying levels of maturity are invited to share examples of their work. Proposals may be for:

  • An individual presentation that will be combined with one other presenter based on the proposal’s theme and content for a 60-minute session (of which approximately half of the time will be reserved for Q&A discussion).
  • A focused discussion / roundtable (45-60 minutes) that you will lead based on an area of expertise or a project tool/resource.

Please note: All applicants must sign up for the All In online community and create an member profile to be considered. Membership is free and by joining, you’ll gain access to a searchable library of people, projects, resources, and more!

Presentation Scholarships

Full and partial scholarships are available to support travel and attendance for accepted presenters and discussion group leaders. In addition, all speakers who submit their presentation slides and materials by October 1st will have their hotel costs covered. For accepted abstracts with more than one presenter, only the conference registration fee will be covered for the second speaker.

See What Was Presented Last Year

The All In National Meeting covers a variety of topics related to data sharing, including partnering with other sectors, tackling legal barriers, engaging community members, building technology platforms, and more. Learn about what was presented last year by reviewing the 2018 agenda and meeting recap.