Who can attend the One Health EJP Annual Scientific Meeting?
Anyone interested in the newest scientific results in the field of One Health, in particular in foodborne zoonoses, antimicrobial resistance and emerging threats. Participation from all fields across the One Health spectrum is encouraged. The event is organized by One Health EJP.
What is One Health EJP?
The One Health European Joint Programme (One Health EJP, https://onehealthejp.eu/) is an international collaboration between public health, animal health and food safety institutes across Europe. Launched in January 2018, the One Health EJP is a landmark partnership between 44 partners from 22 countries across Europe. Its main focus is to strengthen collaboration and improve preparedness by means of dedicated joint integrative and research projects, and through education and training in the fields of foodborne zoonoses, antimicrobial resistance and emerging threats. The One Health EJP has strong science-to-policy activities with stakeholders including national ministries, European stakeholders (EFSA, ECDC, EEA, EMA) and global stakeholders (FAO, OIE, WHO/Europe), helping to gain both immediate and long-term impact.
Could researchers who are not part of One Health EJP submit abstracts to this event?
Yes! Abstracts fitting the wide scope of the meeting: One Health, in particular foodborne zoonoses, antimicrobial resistance and emerging threats - were welcomed from all researchers, research groups and research consortia.
Should I attend?
But I am unsure whether I will be able to attend on site, what should I do?
You can change your registration type later, and will be refunded/asked to pay the difference.
Change from full delegate participation to virtual attendance only is possible without any costs until 1 June 2021.
Change from virtual to full delegate participation (on-site & virtual) is possible until 1 June 2021 (availability of dinner tickets may be limited if changing after 1 June 2021).
If you wish to change your registration type, please contact the Conference Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I know regarding COVID-19-related restrictions if I plan to attend on-site?
The recent developments of the pandemic in Denmark are positive, and Denmark is therefore in the process of phasing out the related restrictions. This means that we feel optimistic about a hybrid conference with both physical and virtual attendees.
We continue to monitor the developments of the pandemic and the related restrictions/regulations. We will do from our side our best to ensure a safe conference experience for all. For example, there is a test facility at the venue, where anyone who wishes can take a rapid test and get the result within 15 minutes.
Please see below some links to information:
What should I know regarding COVID-19-related restrictions if I plan to attend online?
Please follow your local guidelines and restrictions.
Who can register with the ‘PhD student’ registration fee?
The ‘PhD student’ registration fee is for those with a formal status as a student. This includes undergraduate students and PhD students.
Who is eligible for the presentation prizes?
All posters are eligible for the Poster prize.
All student participants (including PhD students) who have an oral presentation are eligible for Best early career oral presentation prize.
What are the criteria used to evaluate the presentations for the prizes?
Judgement is based on: scientific merit; One Health, cross-sector approach; and visual impact.
Presentations from OHEJP activities are expected to follow a specific style/template.
What does it mean that the event is hybrid?
It means that participation is possible on-site as well as virtually. The full conference will be a live virtual experience with some participants attending both on-site in Copenhagen and online, and most of the participants attending from anywhere in the world online.
Is there a specific poster session?
The programme does not have a specific time for the poster presentations, they will be available throughout the event. Same is true for the brief videos of the posters.
What is the hashtag of the event?
#OHEJPASM2021 - https://twitter.com/hashtag/ohejpasm2021?f=live
The event is very welcoming and nice, I look forward to it! What can I do if I would observe any inappropriate behavior at the event?
Everyone is warmly welcomed to this event, we are looking forward to it too!
The event is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience to everyone, and committed to equality, diversity and inclusiveness. This code of conduct is expected of all participants. If you experience or observe harassment or discrimination in relation to the event, the organisers should be informed and will take action.
I have a question about the event, who can I ask?
I have a question about my registration, who can I ask?
Please contact the Conference Secretariat:
Tel: +45 70200305