Abstracts are only submitted by Active participants. Abstracts must be uploaded to the International Health Sciences Conference website.
Submission dates are as follows:
- 13th of March, 2015 - Early registration;
- 27th of March, 2015 - Late registration.
Terms for registering and accepting abstracts:
- Abstracts must be written in English.
- Case studies will not be accepted as abtracts.
- Abstracts should be no longer than 6000 characters (including spaces). You can use this link to count the number of characters.
- Abstracts must include the following parts:
- Introduction – short information that introduces the background of the research and illustrates its scientific problem (Maximum 1 500 characters);
- Aim – a short description of what you wished to accomplish (Maximum 1 500 characters);
- Objectives – goals or steps in order to achieve the aim of the research. Objectives should be specific statements which define measurable outcomes (Maximum 1 500 characters);
- Methods – a description of methods and materials used in the research, including the type of study and statistical methods (Maximum 1 500 characters);
- Results – a description of the obtained results (Maximum 1 500 characters);
- Conclusions – a summary of your research and answers to the objectives. Try to avoid phrases such as "scientific research is in progress", "the results and conclusions will be presented at the conference" (Maximum 1 500 characters);
- References – a list of literature resources which were used during your study. Citations should be written in Vancouver Citation Style.
- The abstract will be reviewed by three reviewers. The abstract will be accepted if at least two reviewers approve the abstract;
- The approved abstracts will be published without editing. For this reason we implore you to check your abstracts twice and do not leave any mistakes.
- In order to make a comparable number of abstracts in each session, the Organising committee reserves the right to transfer an abstract to another session.
By uploading abstracts, participants agree to the Terms for registering and accepting abstracts.
When submitting an abstract you will have to choose whether you would like to present your research as a poster or as an oral presentation.
Oral presentations have to comply with the requirements as described below:
- The presentations should be prepared in English.
- Presentations should be prepared using Microsoft Office Power Point (compatible with Microsoft Office 2007) or Prezi presentation software. Presenters take full responsibility for file formats and the quality of the presentation.
- The oral presentation should last no longer than 7 minutes, followed by a 3 minute discussion.
- Only one of the co-authors can be a presenter (Active participant). The presenter must participate in the discussion after the presentation. Co-authors (Passive participants) may also take part in the discussion.
- The presentation files should be given to the session coordinator before the beginning of the session.
Authors of the best presentations from each session will have an opportunity to present their research in the plenary session.
When submitting an abstract, you will have to choose whether you would like to present your research as a poster or as an oral presentation.
Posters have to comply with the requirements as described below:
- All posters will be presented at the Posters' session;
- Posters should follow the requirements as specified in Abstract requirements;
- The length of the poster presentation can be no longer than 7 minutes.
- Posters must be hung for display at the conference venue before Posters sessions.
- The poster size should not be bigger than 144 cm (56.69 inches) in width and 97 cm (38.19 inches) in height as shown below.