Abstract Submission (e-conference mode)


PLEASE NOTE that if you are presenting an e-paper and/or e-poster you must register for the full conference programme. You cannot register for a single session.


First submit the abstract (possible now), then register (possible by the end of January).

The abstract submission system of the EURO can not distinguish between posters and abstracts,

therefore please:

If you are submitting an e-paper then please indicate in your presentation title "Paper: Title of the Paper".

If you are submitting an e-poster then please indicate in your presentation title "Poster: Title of the Poster".


PLEASE NOTE that we have accepted more than 100 papers and many posters. We are sorry but we can not schedule any more e-papers and e-posters!


If you are submitting a poster then please indicate in your presentation title "Poster: Title of the Poster". "There is a student prize in memorial of Professor Steve Gallivan for the best poster presented" (please find the details HERE).


Abstract submission deadline: February 21, 2020 -> extended to  February 29, 2020
Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2020
Deadline for early registration: April 30, 2020
Deadline of registration: May 30, 2020 

(extended due to covid-19 pandemic)

(via the EURO Abstract Submission System)


The abstract submission will be possible by the end of January 2020 on this website.

Please use at least one of the topics below when submitting your presentation abstract and/or poster abstract. The topic, keywords, and abstracts will help us schedule your talk appropriately.

  • Access and waiting lists
  • Ambulance management
  • Benchmarking
  • Capacity and network planning
  • Care Pathways
  • Clinical modelling
  • Cost effectiveness and health economics
  • Data analysis and risk management
  • Decision support
  • e-health
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Epidemiology and disease modelling
  • Forecasting
  • Healthcare Information Systems
  • Healthcare policy modelling
  • Home care and Long Term Care
  • Modelling and simulation
  • Operating room planning and scheduling
  • Patient flow
  • Patient scheduling
  • Performance evaluation
  • Process optimisation
  • Screening and prevention
  • Staffing and capacity planning
  • Strategic and operational planning
  • Statistical modelling
  • Teaching
  • Workforce planning