CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Abstract Submission Guidance & Details


The scientific committee welcomes the submission of scientific abstracts.

Abstract Submission Opens

31st January 2019

Abstract Submission Closes

31st January 2020

Deadline Of Successful Abstract Submitters To Enjoy Early Bird Rate

15th May 2020

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Please specify the abstract title.
  • The title must begin with a capital letter and followed by lower case letters. Use capital and lower case letters as appropriate for abbreviations in title (e.g : CSP)
  • The title is limited to a maximum of 640 characters.
  • Please provide the date of the co-authors (names, affiliations). Ensure that all author information is included and entered correctly.
  • Please provide the abstract body text. The abstract body is limited to a maximum of 250 words which is approximately 1600 characters.
  • The body must be divided into each sections related to types of abstracts according to the table beside.
Studies / Research Case Report Review Paper
Purpose Introduction Abstract
Materials & Methods N/A Introduction
Results Report Materials & Methods
Conclusion Conclusion Conclusion
References References References
  • Ensure that all changes, corrections and proofreading have been carried out before submission.
  • All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee.
  • The Committee reserves the right to select the abstracts relevant to the sessions and must decide on the final form of presentation.
  • If the abstract is accepted, applicants MUST register for the conference before the 15th May 2020 and present during the conference.

Disclaimer

The organisers of this event take no responsibility for any published abstracts submitted. Any issues or errors arising from the abstracts are solely the responsibility of the authors.

By submitting his/her/their work, the Author(s) consent to the publication of the abstracts and transfer and assign to the Congress have the rights to edit, publish, reproduce, distribute copies and to prepare derivative works such as press releases. Author(s) represent and warrants that he/she/they is/are sole author(s) of the work and that all authors have participated in and agree with the content and conclusions of the work; and that the work is original and does not infringe upon any copyright, proprietary or personal right of any third party. If the work is not original, the Author(s) should reference the original source and ensure all relevant permission and/or authorisation to re-use has been obtained.