The abstract is a concise summary of a research paper, which must be an original work, not an excerpted passage. It should provide useful and clear information regarding your research paper. An abstract must be fully self-contained and make sense by itself, without further reference to outside sources or to the actual paper. It should highlight key content areas, your research purpose, the relevance or importance of your work, and the main outcomes. We encourage work that introduces new ideas, concepts, research and deepens understanding in various fields.
Important information regarding abstract submission:
An active participant can have maximum four presentations/posters, but only two as an author.
The options are:
- 2 presentations/posters as an author, 2 presentations/posters as a co-author
- 1 presentation/poster as an author, 3 presentations/posters as a co-author
- 4 presentations/posters as a co-authorl.
Note that these are the maximum number of active papers you can submit, but not the exact number required.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS - The abstract must have the following headlines: Introduction, Materials and methods, Results, Conclusions.
*The abstract MUST BE an ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPER in order to be accepted.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS - The abstract must have the following headlines: Introduction, Case presentation, Conclusions.
*The abstract MUST BE a CLINICAL CASE PRESENTATION in order to be accepted.
The First Name and Last name must be written in this order (ex: John Smith);
The abstract must be written in English;
The abstract must have the following headlines for Oral Presentations: introduction, materials and methods, results, conclusions;
The abstract must have the following headlines for Poster Presentations: introduction, case presentation, conclusions;
The abstract should contain maximum 300 words;
The abstract must have at the end a minimum of 3 keywords and a maximum of 5 keywords;
The abstract must be of an original scientific research paper, only rare case presentations are accepted;
The abstract MUST have at least a scientific coordinator (Doctor, Professor, Lecturer, Teaching Assistant);
THE SCIENTIFIC PAPER SHOULD HAVE: