ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
- The abstract should present new research, clinically relevant data, prevalence studies, and interesting case scenarios.
- Only registered delegates and postgraduate student can submit an abstract.
- Maximum two submissions are allowed per author of which one should be for oral presentation and one for poster presentation.
- The submissions are to be exclusively submitted through email.
- The email address for sending your entries is: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Organizing committee reserves the right to allot, any submitted abstract as oral or poster presentations based on the evaluation by our screening committee. The same will be notified to the authors
- The poster should be color printed and should measure 4×3 feet. (vertical length x width)
- All oral and poster presentations will be considered for awards (Unless withdrawn with intimation)
- All presentations and abstract must be in English
- The abstract should be submitted in Microsoft office word format, using Times New Roman and font size 12.
- The abstract should be preceded by Title of the abstract, Authors name, affiliations of all authors. Name of the presenting author must be underlined.
- A minimum number of word count is 250 and a maximum number of words allowed per abstract is 500 (excluding Authors name, affiliations and title of the abstract.
- For original research, article abstract should be under the headings- Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusion
- For case studies abstracted should be structured as- Background, Case history and conclusion/clinical relevance.
- In original research, article results have to be submitted with the abstract.
- No reference, tables, figures, and graphs should be submitted with the abstract.
FREE PAPER PRESENTATION GUIDELINE
- Free communication must be a power point presentation (PPT), and it’s the responsibility of the participants to bring prepared PPT format with appropriate backup in Pen drive/e-mail.
- Please attach your short C.V as the first slide in your presentation. As per conference guidelines, no personal computer is allowed for presentation. The presentation should be on a CD or Pen drive
- Free communications will be considered for the award (cash awards
- Presenters must strictly follow the guidelines for presentations.
- Maximum time allowed for oral presentation is 8 min for presentation and 2 min for discussion.
The poster must be a printed one, and it’s the responsibility of the participants to bring printed poster well before the conference starts.
Posters will be considered for the award (cash awards/certificate).
The poster should be kept displayed until judging is over.
Presenters will be required to be beside their poster during the morning and afternoon tea/coffee breaks during the Congress and as well as during judgment.
Presenting author must be a registered delegate.
Height: 4 feet/48 inch/ 120 cm, Width: 3 feet/36 inch/90 cm
The following sections should appear:
– 1st author and other authors with study center or institution
– Background (Introduction and objectives-if original article)
– Case history (Methods-if original article)
-Results and Conclusions (if original article)
– Discussion/review of the literature (in both case report or original article)
-References / Bibliography
These should be set out in clearly differentiated blocks.
Title: We recommend between 80 and 100 pt, although if you have a long title, you may find you need to use a slightly smaller font size.
Institutions: The institutions the authors belong to should be stated, indicating also the Department and Unit. We recommend between 30 and 36 – pt. You may need to go below 30 pt if you have a longer text.
Text: We recommend 36 – 40 pt, although 32 pt or even 28 pt could be used in isolated areas, or if you have a very large amount of text. You should use dark text colours on a light background, or vice versa.
References / Bibliography: We recommend 24 – 30 pt.