1. CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Abstracts may be submitted for three types of session: oral communications for "short papers" sessions, poster sessions and the symposium entitled "10 most clinically meaningful papers of the year that may change your views and practice"

Please indicate clearly for which type of sessions you are submitting your abstract.

Abstract submissions for selection by the Scientific Committee will be accepted until 19th June 2019. Notifications of acceptance will be sent to the proposers by 9th July.

Submissions will be assessed for innovation, creativity, rigour of design and importance of the work for scientific progress in the field. Younger researchers and clinicians are particularly encouraged to present their work.

The ECED is keen to include cutting-edge projects and work in progress for discussion and dissemination amongst colleagues. When submitting work in progress, please describe the essential design and, where possible, preliminary results.

Given time constraints, the Scientific Committee may advise that some submissions for oral communication may be proposed to be presented in poster format.


Please send your abstract(s) at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

1.1. Required format of abstracts for oral and poster communications (in English)


TITLE: UPPER CASE letters

AUTHORS: List all authors with presenter first (names and affiliations)

KEYWORDS

PLEASE ORGANISE THE BODY OF THE ABSTRACT AS FOLLOWS:

  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusions
  • One or two references maximum

Please limit the body of the abstract to 400 words (excluding the title and author names). Any abstract over 400 words will not be considered.

Use single spacing and do not exceed one page of A4.

1.2. Required format of abstracts for the symposium entitled “10 most clinically meaningful papers of the year that may change your views and practice” (in English)


TITLE
: Full title of the proposed article (UPPER CASE letters)

SOURCE: Full reference of the proposed paper (including authors, doi…)

AUTHOR:  Presenter (name and affiliation)

BOTH THE ABSTRACT AND THE ACTUAL PRESENTATION WILL NEED TO BE STRUCTURED AS FOLLOWS:

  • What we knew
  • What we learn
  • What does that change
  • One or two references maximum

Please limit the body of the abstract to 200 words (excluding title and source). Use single spacing.

Be aware that the actual presentation will last only 5 to 7 minutes with 4 slides maximum.



2. ABSTRACTS FOR PLENARIES, SYMPOSIA AND WORKSHOPS


2.1. Required format of abstracts for Plenary sessions (in English)


TITLE OF THE PLENARY SESSION: UPPER CASE letters

SPEAKER: name and affiliation

KEYWORDS

OVERVIEW OF THE LECTURE: Speakers are encouraged to outline the rationale and objectives of their presentation, the structure of their talk and the anticipated interest for the audience.

Maximum of 400 words. Use single spacing and do not exceed one page of A4.

One or two references maximum.


2.2. Required format of abstracts for speakers of Symposia (in English)


Each speaker participating in a symposium should provide an abstract formatted as follows:

TITLE OF THE SYMPOSIUM: UPPER CASE letters

TITLE OF THE PRESENTATION

SPEAKER: name and affiliation

KEYWORDS

OVERVIEW OF THE PRESENTATION: Speakers are encouraged to outline the rationale and objectives of their presentation, the structure of their talk and the anticipated interest for the audience.

Maximum of 400 words. Use single spacing and do not exceed one page of A4.
One or two references maximum.


2.3. Required format of abstracts for Workshops (in English)


TITLE OF THE WORKSHOP:
 UPPER CASE letters

SPEAKER(S): name(s) and affiliation(s)

KEYWORDS

OVERVIEW OF THE WORKSHOP: Speaker(s) are encouraged to outline the rationale and objectives of their presentation, the structure of the workshop and the anticipated interest for the audience.

Maximum of 400 words. Use single spacing and do not exceed one page of A4.

One or two references maximum.

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