ICFP Abstract Submissions Now Open

Feb 1, 2022

ICFP invites abstracts in cutting-edge research, advocacy, and family planning programming

Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the 6th International Conference on Family Planning, the world’s largest convening of SRHR & FP experts. The 2022 ICFP will be hosted in-person in Pattaya, Thailand, and virtually, from 14-17 November 2022.

Scientific Abstract Resources
Learn to design a successful scientific abstract for the International Conference on Family Planning & beyond.

ICFP invites abstracts on cutting-edge research, program, and advocacy results directed at enabling individuals throughout the world, especially in low-income areas, to achieve their contraceptive and reproductive intentions. Abstracts using strong scientific/evaluation methods will be given priority in the review and acceptance process.


Develop a Successful Research, Program, or Advocacy Abstract for ICFP

Fully develop an abstract for the International Conference on Family Planning and learn about three categories of abstracts: Research, Policy & Advocacy, and Program Implementation.

This Not Without FP Forum session focuses on the key elements and important considerations for authors to create a more competitive abstract for ICFP and other scientific conferences.


Orientation Guide: From Abstract to Journal Article

An Orientation Guide on Converting a Conference Abstract into a Successful Journal Manuscript

The ICFP is an opportunity to showcase high-impact or best practices in family planning programs, policy, and service delivery. Browse ICFP’s scientific writing courses – all courses are free of charge, downloadable, and desktop and mobile optimized.

The ICFP2022 Recap Report is out now

The ICFP2022 Recap Report is out now

Unlocking the Latest Research, Innovations, and Collaborations The International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) has just announced the launch of the official ICFP2022 Recap Report. The report provides a comprehensive summary of all the major highlights from the...

Will the world abort women’s rights after death of Roe v Wade?

Will the world abort women’s rights after death of Roe v Wade?

Originally posted by Reuters“You have heard the term that when the U.S. sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold,” said Jade Maina, executive director of Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health, a health advocacy group based in Nairobi. “This is what we are...