Please kindly pay attention to following guidelines:
- There are two types of presentation: poster and oral (podium) presentation. Please select one of them. Please indicate your choice in the top corner of your abstract: Oral Presentation or E-Poster
- Committee will decide on the final presentation type (oral presentation or E-Poster)
- The abstracts should be within 300 words (maximum half A-4 size page) and the entire submission must fit on a single page.
- Please Note: graphs / tables / images should not to be included in the abstract.
- Abstracts should be prepared in Microsoft Word Arial, 12 point with single line spacing, typeface, with the title in boldface.
- It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact will be reproduced as typed by the author.
- The abstract should have a short, specific title (containing no abbreviations) that indicates the nature of the investigation. Title should be in boldface font. The title should not exceed 20 words in UPPER CASE only.
How to name and send the abstract
- File name format for Oral Presentation: Presenter name-abstract name-Oral
- File name format for poster: Presenter name-abstract name E-Poster
- For submission of abstract and for guidelines please send via email with attached Microsoft word file to firstname.lastname@example.org, before the deadline in order to be sent for review and approval prior to its inclusion in the scientific program.
- Last date for submission of abstract is March 1st, 2020
- Notification of acceptance of abstracts submitted will be sent by e-mail at the latest by April 30th, 2020
Abstract Guidelines (300 words or half page of A4 size page)
- Background/Rationale: Indicate the purpose and objective of the research, the hypothesis that was tested or a description of the problem being analyzed or evaluated.
- Methods: Describe the setting/location for the study, study design, study population, data collection and methods of analysis used.
- Results: Present as clearly and detailed as possible the findings/outcome of the study, with specific results in summarized form. Inclusion of gender breakdown of data is strongly encouraged.
- Findings or Conclusion: briefly discuss the data and main outcome of the study. Do not begin sentences with numerals. Standard abbreviations may be used without definition.