The 2018 NHARCON Abstract Mentor Programme (AMP) is designed and rolled out with the objective of helping young or less experienced researchers improve their abstracts before submitting them to the Conference. The key rationale is to increase the chance of these abstracts being accepted for presentation at NHARCON.

This Abstract Mentor Programme is targeting researchers from Ghana and other resource-limited countries who lack access to opportunities for rigorous mentoring in research and scientific writing and for whom online distance education has been proven to cost-effectively build research capacity.  There is evidence that such programmes increase the motivation of early career researchers from developing countries.

NHARCON 2018 has a pool of experienced mentors who are experts in their field of study and are willing and available to assist young writers to submit abstracts to each of the NHARCON 2018 tracks.