Poster session (academic section) The following posters have been accepted for the academic poster session at the BergenInternational Conference on Hansen’s Disease. The posters will be displayed in the aula at Grieghallen, Bergen. Atiqah Abd-Rahim, University Malaysia SabahDocumenting the history, memory, and identity of former leprosy sufferers in Sinar Baru Village, a leprosy village settlement in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo Norana Abdul Rahman, Athena Institute, Vrije University, AmsterdamBreaking the chains of leprosy: Lessons from the past, Hope for the future Ulfah Abqari, NLR IndonesiaReflection of index case’s satisfaction from the healthcare worker engagement performance and its impact to the contacts examination decision-making: A lesson learnt from “tanean lanjang” effect, Madurese residential culture, Indonesia Roy Luister Acos, Department of Dermatology, University of the Philippines – Philippine General HospitalFalse alarm: A case of Hansen’s disease misdiagnosed as multiorgan metastases in a 10-year-old boy with T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma Bethlehem Amdemariam, Addis Ababa UniversityAssessment of knowledge regarding Leprosy among Health Care Professionals in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ruth Ansah, Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical MedicineRetrospective registry-based analysis of 2017-2019 surveillance data from the National Leprosy Programme in Ghana and evaluation of Ghana’s performance towards the targets of the WHO Global Leprosy Strategy 2016-2020 Joseph Chukwu, German Leprosy & TB Relief AssociationUzuakoli – lest we forget Belen Dofitas, Philippine Leprosy Mission, Inc.Hear our Voices: PALs4PALs Peer counselling and Speakers Bureau Empowerment Project in the Philippines Chinwe Eze, RedAid Nigeria/German Leprosy and Tuberculosis Relief AssociationTackling Stigma and Discrimination through Awareness Creation: A Case Study Antonio García-Belmar, University of AlicanteFontilles Heritage Project. Images, objects and words for a history and a memory of leprosy. Diana Lockwood, London School of Hygiene & Tropical MedicineNew Face for leprosy: “A positive image” Jacintha Martis, Dept.of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy, Father Muller Medical College & St. Joseph Leprosy Hospital, Kankanady, Mangalore, Karnataka, IndiaStep by step, steadfast since 1890: Role in leprosy elimination/post-elimination in Coastal Karnataka, India Sujeewa Mendis Amarasekera, International Organization For Migration / Ministry of HealthThe situation of leprosy in Sri Lanka Vivek Pai, Bombay Leprosy ProjectHistorical perspective of urban leprosy – A four decadal experience of leprosy elimination in Dharavi, the largest slum of Asia Emily Quilter, London School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineWomen affected by leprosy are underrepresented in leprosy randomised controlled treatment trials which hampers our ability to achieve zero leprosy Reginald Alain Santos, Culion Foundation, Inc.Community-Based Approach in Finding Leprosy Cases Steven Loudel Ssemwanga, St. Francis Hospital BulubaTackling Nationwide loss: leprosy expertise at Buluba Hospital Jerson Jerick Taguibao, University of the Philippines – Philippine General HospitalRising from the Rashes: A Rare Case of Borderline Lepromatous Leprosy Concurrent with Lichen PlanusNailfold Capillaroscopic Patterns in Erythema Nodosum Leprosum Mimicking Systemic Sclerosis Pedro Torres, Sanatorium FontillesThe contribution of The Sanatorium of Fontilles to the decline of Hansen’s Disease The abstracts were evaluated by Siri Gloppen (UiB), Nina Langeland (UiB), Takahiro Nanri (SHF) and Magnus Vollset (UiB, leader). The abstracts were evaluated for quality and relevance to the call for abstracts.Bergen/Tokyo, 05.05.2023 Update (06.07.2023): The posters will be posted on this page in due time. Meanwhile, you can see pictures from the poster session here.