Medical Education

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

1. Title of presentation: Please choose a brief title (maximum of 100 characters) that indicates the content of the contribution. Please avoid abbreviations in the title. Abbreviations may be used in the text if they are defined when first used.

2. Principal author: Name, highest educational degree obtained, institution, business affiliation (Hospital, department). In instances of multiple authorship, the person whose name is listed first is expected to deliver the presentation.

3. Co-authors: their names, highest educational degree obtained, their institution/business information.

6. Abstract: Please ensure that your abstract contains no more than 250 words. No diagrams, illustrations, tables, references or graphics in the abstract, they will be included only in your final presentation or poster. The abstract must include: Introduction (literature review), goals and objectives/hypothesis, methods and sample, results, conclusions/discussions.

Rule of thumb for abstracts:

25% of the space on the purpose and importance of the research.

25% on what you did (Methods)

35% on what you found (Results)

15% on the implications/significance of the research.