Regulations

ABSTRACT REQUIREMENTS

 

Oral Presentation Guidelines can be found here.

Poster Presentation Guidelines can be found here.


HIGHLY IMPORTANT!!!

 

Authors must create accounts for Co-authors too, in order for their name to appear in the list (or the Co-authors may do this too)!

Co-authors that want to participate can select any of the three options of payment!

Co-authors that attend the congress may receive a Co-author Diploma and a Passive Participant Diploma (regardless of the chosen option). Co-authors that do not attend the congress may receive only a Co-Author Diploma.

NOTE: If the author cannot attend the congress, one of the co-authors can present the paper instead, receiving a Co-author Diploma and a Active Participant Diploma (the options available being only 2 or 3).

WHEN SUBMITTING ABSTRACTS, BEFORE YOU WRITE THEM IN THE TEXT BOX, YOU NEED TO COPY ALL THE WORDS IN A NOTEPAD (***.txt file), THEN COPY FROM THE NOTEPAD IN THE TEXT BOXES!


Active participants have the possibility to submit their research paper in one of the four sections: medical sciences, fundamental sciences, surgical sciences or public health.
The submitted abstracts will be reviewed by a jury and the authors of the best abstracts of each section will be invited to present their work as an oral presentation during the Congress.

Submission criteria:

 Abstracts can be submitted after registration via the online abstract submission form ONLY.

Abstract submission DEADLINE is the 16th of March 2018.
All abstracts must be written in English (linguistic accuracy is your responsibility, please make sure your abstract has no spelling or grammar mistakes).
Abbreviations are allowed only if explained in parentheses the first time they are used.
The maximum number of WORDS is 300.

 The abstract should be structured as follows:

 

1. Title: Should be a relatively unambiguous sentence describing the research. Must be in upper case letters only.
2. Introduction: Give the information needed to present the background of your research and clearly state the aim of your work.
3. Materials and methods: Describe the design of your scientific approach, including the materials used, the method and the statistical criteria applied.
4. Results: State briefly the findings revealed by your study.
5. Conclusion: Describe the outcome of your study in relation to the background and the aim presented in the introduction.
6. Key Words: add 4 key words of your abstract.

 Abstracts not fulfilling these criteria will be sent back to the authors for modifications.