Deadline Extended for International Armed Forces, Veterans and their Families Research Conference Abstracts
Dr. Patricia Watts Kelley will accept abstract submissions for the International Armed Forces, Veterans and their Families Research Conference being held Thursday, Sept. 17 in the UK at the University of Chester in partnership with USA and international colleagues until Wednesday, April 1.
The intent of this collaborative event is to bring together international experts in military and veteran's research, education, practice / health and social care, and showcase advances designed to meet the needs of Veterans and their families.
This event is particularly relevant to researchers, educators, clinicians, and welfare personnel involved in caring for armed forces, veterans and families. These include nursing, mental health and primary healthcare clinicians, charities, welfare and psychological support services personnel and Veterans. Also academics working in areas aligned to armed forces, veterans and families research.
USA submission of an abstract of no more than 300 words, to include the following information: Title / Background / Aim / Method / Results / Discussion should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, April 1. For more information about the conference, visit https://www1.chester.ac.uk/events/international-armed-forces-veterans-and-their-families-research-conference.
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