Submit your Papers

In the thirteenth conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology, the invitation is to question the issues, methods, and theories that underlie the production of unequal health around the planet.

Information about the conference topics and applications forms are below. Once you have submitted your abstract, don’t forget to submit and pay for your registration.

Conference Tracks

  • Global health perspectives on Covid-19
  • Practices and pathways of sexuality, reproduction, and parenting
  • Stories of violence & resilience
  • Contemporary performances of health
  • Intersections of ethnicity & mental health
  • Perceptions of Health
  • Social movements and human rights
  • Health issues and gender perspectives
  • Safe spaces in uncertain times
  • Indigenous communities views on health
  • Health and environmental crisis (or climate crisis)
  • The unequal impact of the ecological situation on health
  • Other pandemics: going beyond COVID-19
  • Care and health: the effect of the pandemic or the environmental crisis on politics of care
  • Obesity and hunger: a worldwide issue
  • Health and digital data
  • Territorial management in community health
  • Design, methodologies, and methods in health psychology

How to Submit your Abstracts

Locate the form that corresponds to your type of application:

Fill it out completely and send it to before the closing date of April 30th.

Once you have submitted your abstract, you can register for the conference by clicking here.

Please note that the conference’s official language will be English, for submissions, posters and presentations.

Problems or queries? – email the conference organisers at

The 2023 conference will tackle the subject of Global Health Inequalities. Global Health emerges as the idea of a broad collaborative and transnational approach to accomplish health for all humans around the globe. However, this strategy comes into tension with the dominant political systems that come from capitalism and the Nation-State, the colonization processes of European countries, neoliberal ideologies, and the strengthening of individualism. Together with the strengthening of economism and technocracy, above politics and the community as decision-making criteria. Consequently, “the privilege of good health,” whether in the promotion, prevention, or cure of diseases, is distributed heterogeneously around the world.