Thank you!!!

A HUGE thank you to everyone who came to ENRGHI 2012 – for all your presentations, posters, comments, questions, votes…we had a great couple of days and hope you did too.

See who won the prizes (as voted for by YOU) for the best oral presentation here.

We would like to share our pictures  with you – please click the links for snaps of the conference dinner and the conference itself.

Remember we are still looking for a host city for ENRGHI 2013 – there are a few contenders – so please contact Grant Aitken, the postgraduate rep for the Geography of Health Research Group if you are interested. Also if you have any feedback on ENRGHI 2012 for Grant please let him know.

See you at ENRGHI 2013!!!

Changes to programme

Hi everyone,

Please check out the programme as there has been a session swap on Monday. The latest version of the programme is available here.

Hope all your presentations are coming along nicely. We look forward to receiving them soon!




The programme is now complete! There may be a few small changes that we have to make but the bulk of it is here.

Feel free to browse and to check your presentation slot by clicking here.

Programme coming together

Hi everyone!

The programme is coming together and a new-and-improved outline is available here. A full programme will be online very shortly so you can check when your presentation is!

The welcome pack and presenter guidelines have been sent out so please check your email. These are also available here.


Sorry everyone we had someone SPAM the blog… here are the details we posted when we announced abstract decisions…

More details will be circulated in due course, but for now…

– Oral presentations will be 10 minutes long with 5 minutes for questions (15 minutes total)

– Poster presentations will be more informal and will take place over lunch



Thanks to everyone who has registered for ENRGHI 2012. We are really excited and the programme is coming together – more details and speaker instructions coming soon! In the meantime, remember to get your cheques in to secure your place!

There is a waiting list so if you have registered and can no longer attend please let us know by emailing us at

Call for abstracts has now closed!

The call for abstracts closed on Friday 25th May at 17.00 GMT.

The organising committee is meeting to discuss abstracts and will inform you whether or not you have been successful this week.

Please don’t forget to register for the conference by Friday 8th June 17.00 GMT. More details and our easy online form here.

Call for abstracts – deadline approaching!

ENRGHI 2012 provides an excellent opportunity for post grads and early career researchers to showcase their work, whilst receiving friendly and supportive feedback from peers who have a shared interest in the geographies of health. Please remember to get your abstract to us by Friday 25th May 2012 17.00 GMT.

We welcome abstracts from researchers in all disciplines who are involved in research in health or health care within a social, geographical or environmental context.  Submissions may be based on work-in-progress or completed work.

More details, and how to submit here.


We are excited to be able to award prizes for the best presentations at ENRGHI 2012. Please check out more info here.

First prize (£100) is generously sponsored by a leading international journal – the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (JECH).

Smaller (£75) prizes will be available for runners-up.

To be in with a chance of winning, don’t forget to submit your abstract by FRIDAY 25TH MAY.

Bursaries for free places

Thanks to a grant from the RGS/IBG Geography of Health Research Group, we are able to offer a limited number of bursaries to cover conference registration. Bursaries will be available to postgraduates and ECRs on low incomes who are presenting at ENRGHI 2012, with priority given to those unable to claim from other funding sources.

You can apply now for your bursary by completing our online form.

The deadline is FRIDAY 25TH MAY 17.00 GMT.