Abstracts should be structured based on the following:
Abstract (maximum of 100 words) – a brief summary of the presentation.
Introduction or Aims (maximum of 50 words) – should be informative and brief, stating why the study was conducted.
Materials & Methods (maximum of 50 words) – stating the locale, number and type of human subjects, non-human species or material being studied, the principal test(s) held, and the types of statistical analysis if appropriate;
Results (maximum of 50 words) – confirming or confuting the hypothesis, backed up by statistics if appropriate;
Conclusions (maximum of 50 words) – indicating the effect of the study on patient management, our understanding of basic processes with the organism, or the way in which we teach students or patients.
The submitted abstract should match the categories mentioned in the speaker abstract form.
Abstract content should comply with the maximum number of words stated above, single-line spacing.
The abstract must be in English.
Abstracts should be submitted by e-mail to email@example.com.
Abstracts that are handwritten or sent by fax will not be accepted.
Abstract content must meet the standard of an academic / scientific presentation.
The outline must have an Introduction, Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusions.
The Organizer provides a theatre style setup and stage equipped with a screen and a laptop.
The Scientific Committee will evaluate all abstracts and they will be selected on the basis of validity, novelty and significance.
Expenses associated with preparation, submission and presentation of an abstract are the responsibility of the presenting authors.
For any withdrawals, the presenter should notify the organiser in writing at least 1 month prior to the event.
The presentation must cover the same material as the abstract
The authors will be notified regarding acceptance of their abstracts and the type of presentation by July 15, 2019.