Instructions for abstract submission
Deadline for abstract submission: October 1th, 2019
All abstracts will be reviewed and selected by the organizing committee.
The abstracts can be accepted for poster or oral presentation (max 2).
There will be a Young Investigator Award for best abstract. Take part in the Young Investigator Competition with the chance of winning a price!
Abstracts must be submitted through the congress website.
Do not make multiple submissions of the same abstract.
Abstracts must be prepared in English.
A confirmation with the abstract reference code will automattically be sent to the e-mail address given when submitting.
Regular mail Submissions: Will not be accepted
Fax Submissions: Will not be accepted
To review and make changes in your abstract
You will recieve a link in your confirmation e-mail to review and make changes in your abstract. It will be possible to make changes in your abstract until the abstract deadline.
Tables and illustrations
Tables and illustrations should be uploaded as a PDF file in the end of the submission form
In order for your abstract to be accepted for presentation and print, you need to be registered for the conference. Should the abstract not be accepted, full repayment will be made on request.
Author notification will be made on October 14th, 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact MKON (PCO).
Contact: Amanda Eklund Olajos
Tel: +46 (0)732 33 12 14
NOTE! Instead of using special characters, type the whole word: e.g ”alpha”
1/ Each abstract should contain no more than 250 words.
2/ Make the title brief, clearly indicating the nature of the investigation. Do not use capital letters.
3/ Authors: first name and last name. e.g.: John Smith, start with the presenting author.
4/ Affiliations: name of the institutional affiliation, city and country. (no address)
5/ The abstract body should be organised as follows:
Background: Purpose of the study, preferably one sentence
Materials and methods
Results: Summary of results presented in sufficient detail to support the conclusions. Results stated in the abstracts must be complete (though concise) and final.