Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors' Congress (PRIDoC) - Call for Abstracts

The Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors’ Congress (PRIDoC) provides a forum for Indigenous doctors and students from across the Pacific to gather and discuss issues of mutual interest, particularly those pertaining to the physical, mental, spiritual , social and cultural well - being of our populations, and this year, of our selves . The 9th biannual Congress will be hosted by the `Ahahui o nā Kauka (Association of Native Hawaiian Physicians). Scientific program will consist of oral presentations, panels, poster sessions and workshops. 
The program committee will decide on abstract acceptance as well as type of presentation. You may indicate your presentation preference on your submission but final decisions rest with the program committee. Specific requirement and instructions will be forwarded to participants upon acceptance of their submitted abstract. Authors are responsible for paying registration fees for the conference. There are no waived registration fees for presenters.
For criteria and information please click on the attached  PDF.

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