Abstract Submission Guidelines:
- Written in English and approximately 250 words long.
- For Oral scientific and clinical research and Poster research, abstracts must include: 1) objectives; 2) methodology; 3) results of the data and statistical analysis; 4) conclusions and 5) funding source(s) and or acknowledgement.
- For abstract on freely chosen topic, abstract should include 3 objectives at its end.
- No figures, photos or illustrations are allowed in the abstract.
- Upon submission, applicants will receive an electronic confirmation that their abstract has been received.
- No changes to the abstract can be made after submission.
- Unfinished abstracts will be automatically withdrawn.
- Notification regarding the abstract’s acceptance will be sent electronically.
- Registration to the conference is a prerequisite for presentation.
Important dates for submission:
- Abstract submission site opens: 1st of January, 2019
- Abstract submission site closes: 31st of May, 2019
Oral presentations on freely chosen topics:
A 30-minute presentation on freely chosen topics. Five minutes at the end of the presentation should be allowed for questions.
Oral presentations on clinical or basic scientific research:
A 20-minute presentation on clinical or basic science research. Five minutes at the end of the presentation should be allowed for questions.
- Presenter(s) use a poster board format to present their research. Text, illustrations, tables and graphs may be included.
- Session date and time will be provided via email prior to the annual meeting.
- Size limit for printed posters is 70cm W x 100cm H
- The following information must be included:
- he provided presentation number must be affixed in the left in the upper left corner of Poster.
- line one — project title
- line two — presenter’s name/s, institutional affiliation, if applicable, and home city.
- A photo of the presenter/s must be attached to the poster.
- Posters must be neat, legible and creatively designed.
- Items must be attached with pushpins. Tape or staples may not be used.
- A presenter must remain at the poster throughout the entire session.
- All poster research presentations must be left on display until the exhibit hall closes at the conclusion of the meeting. If you would like to keep your poster, please pick it up during the last hour and day the exhibit hall is open.
- Posters that are not claimed by that time will be discarded.