About NordicEPI 2022
Reykjavík, August 18-19
The Icelandic Association of Epidemiology and Biostatistics welcomes you to the NordicEpi Reykjavik 2022, the 10th Nordic conference on epidemiology and register-based research. While special theme of conference this year will be lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic, we will also cover a broad spectrum of epidemiological research and topics including issues in research methodology, biostatistics, epidemiology of various exposures and health outcomes, health inequalities, and health service research.
The linked population-based health registers from the Nordic countries provide a unique opportunity to study various exposures and health outcomes, socio-demographic factors, health service use and population dynamics.
The Icelandic Association of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in association with the Centre of Public Health Sciences at the University of Iceland is organizing the conference this year. The Centre is a vibrant community of academics, research specialists and young scientists, working on a diverse portfolio of population-based research.
- Jóhanna Jakobsdóttir, assistant professor at the Centre of Public Health Sciences, University of Iceland and President of the Icelandic Association of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
- Thor Aspelund, professor at the Centre of Public Health Sciences, University of Iceland
- Kristjana Ásbjörnsdóttir, associate professor at the Centre of Public Health Sciences, University of Iceland
- Kristjana Einarsdóttir, professor at the Centre of Public Health Sciences, University of Iceland
The conference is organised in collaboration with the Nordic societies of epidemiology.
- April 2022 Registration and Call for Papers opens
- May 16, 2022: Call for Papers deadline (Prolonged deadline)
- May 16 – 25, 2022: Notifications of accepted abstracts
- June 20, 2022: Deadline for Early bird registrations
Iceland – What’s on?
In case you’d like to make the most of your trip and extend your stay, rest assured that late August is an excellent time to visit Iceland. Reykjavik is especially vibrant on the Saturday following the conference. The Islandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon is scheduled to kick off the Reykjavik Culture Night on August 20, with diverse events and festivities lasting late into the night!
Iceland has endless things to offer and won’t disappoint wherever you choose to go. Get inspired here and here.
Should you prefer shorter trips from Reykjavik, planned by a tour operator, you’ll find plenty of options at your fingertips.