Abstracts must be written in English. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to edit abstracts where the English structure makes comprehension difficult.
Abstracts must be submitted via the abstract portal on this website.
You will be notified of receipt of your abstract by email. If you do not receive an email within two weeks of submission or have any additional queries, please contact us via email:firstname.lastname@example.org
C. Content of abstract:
The body of abstract should be limited to 500 words and should include the following:
Title of abstract. The title should be as brief as possible yet clearly enough to indicate the nature of study.
Names and contact details of the author(s) (organization, city /country, email and phone numbers). Please clearly provide the name of presenter(s), and 50 – word biography of each presenter.
The abstract must include the following headings: Introduction and Background, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion. (Please also provide evidence of ethical approval and funding acknowledgments if any).
All abbreviations must be defined in first use.
Avoid text in bold or italic.
Use single line spacing.
Abstracts must contain original scientific data collected by the author(s). All reports must be based on completed work. No “in progress” studies will be accepted.
Statements such as “results will be discussed” or “data will be presented” will not be accepted.
There are three categories of presentations available – oral, poster, or video. As presentation slots are limited, some abstracts may be re-allocated from oral to poster presentation.
D. Poster requirements:
The poster board size is 60cm x 120cm in portrait (vertically) with 150 dpi resolution.
Letters should be large enough to be read from distance of 1.5 meters (4.8 feet).