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List of tracks for submission

Submissions of abstracts, symposia, post-graduate courses, and workshops are now closed.

Late-breaker abstract submissions will open from 10 July to 5 August.

Satellite session submissions are open until 12 July with a second round of submissions from 13 July – 13 September, upon availability.

Your session must be submitted under one of the official tracks for the conference:

Track A: Basic and translational research
A1. Immunology
A2. Drug and vaccine development
A3. TB diagnostics, including drug-resistance determination
Track B: Clinical and operational research
B1. TB diagnostics
B2. Clinical trials and operational research for new treatments for DS-TB and MDR-TB in adults
B3. Clinical trials and operational research for COPD, pneumonia, asthma and other lung health in adults
B4. Clinical trials and operational research for new treatments for DS-TB and MDR-TB in children
B5. Clinical trials and operational research for COPD, pneumonia, asthma and other lung health in children
B6. TB and co-infections: including HIV and diabetes
B7. Lung health other than TB, and co-infections
B8. Tobacco and co-morbidities: including NCDs, TB and HIV
Track C: Policies and clinical & programmatic implementation
C1. TB infection (LTBI)
C2. TB care and treatment in DS-TB
C3. TB care and treatment in DR-TB
C4. Paediatric TB treatment and care
C5. Paediatric lung disease, excluding TB
C6. Maternal and Child Health
C7. Patient-centred care
C8. Access to Quality TB Care and Services
C9. Global and Local Policies and Politics, including funding
C10. TB laboratory service implementation and operations
C11. TB education and training
C12. Tobacco control and Tobacco industry interference
C13. MPOWER for tobacco control
Track D: Epidemiology
D1. TB epidemiology in adults
D2. TB epidemiology in children
D3. Epidemiology of COPD, pneumonia, asthma and other lung health conditions in adults
D4. Epidemiology of COPD, pneumonia, asthma and other lung health conditions in children
D5. Epidemiology of transmission and Latent TB infection (LTBI)
D6. TB infection control
D7. HIV-TB and other HIV-related lung health
D8. Modelling
D9. Health Economics
D10. Tobacco-related epidemiology
D11. E-cigarettes and non-combustible tobacco products
Track E: Politics, civil society and human rights
E1. Civil society, advocacy and community engagement
E2. Key affected populations: behavioural, social, and cultural issues and contexts
E3. Human rights
E4. Ethics
E5. Communication/Social media
Track F: Zoonotic TB
F1. Basic science and zoonotic diagnostics
F2. Zoonotic Treatment
F3. Zoonotic Epidemiology
F4. One Health

 

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