Abstracts

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

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  • Clearly state the purpose of your study and include a brief description of the methods used. Provide actual data - abstracts without data will likely be rejected.
     

  • Abstracts must be original i.e. non-published, work. While they may have been presented at another conference, they should not be simultaneously submitted to the IDF for presentation.
     

  • Abstracts:

    • Should not contain any citations.

    • Title should NOT exceed 25 words

    • Body should NOT exceed 300 words, and is divided into Background, Methods, Results and Conclusion.

    • May include one small uploaded table or figure, which is considered 75 words.
       

  • Complete all requested information in the appropriate format.

    • Title of abstract (all in capital letters)

    • List of affiliations: Department, Institution, city, province, and country (e.g. Department of Epidemiology, St. Michael’s University, Toronto, ON, Canada)

    • Provide 2-5 keywords
       

  • All correspondence will be with corresponding author ONLY.
     

  • Abstract describing animal work or basic science results will not be accepted.
     

  • Submit abstracts via the site: http://www.ideg2019.org
     

  • Indicate preferred method of presentation: Oral / Poster / Oral or Poster

  • An example of the format of the abstract can be found here
     

  • The submitting author will receive e-mail confirmation of the submission.

Presentation Guidelines

Oral

You will have 10 minutes for your presentation, followed by 5 minutes for questions and discussion. Please make sure that you prepare your slides [4:3 Landscape / MS Powerpoint or PDF] and rehearse your talk with this time limit in mind, as it will be strictly observed. Slides should be uploaded to the audiovisual support team’s computer the day prior to your presentation. There will not be the opportunity to plug in and use your own laptop.

 

Mini-Oral

The mini oral presentations will be held in the main lecture theatre, as indicated above. You will have 3 minutes to present the main findings of your study along with the main conclusion, using no more than 1 slide. There will be 2 minutes for questions from the audience. Please make sure that your slide contains only the main highlights and is legible for a lecture theatre audience (think of it as a slide, not a poster) and rehearse your talk with the time limit in mind, as it will be strictly observed. There will not be the opportunity to plug in and use your own laptop. Your slide for the mini oral presentation, [4:3 Landscape / MS Powerpoint or PDF], should be sent to ideg2019@thewithin.co.kr before 8 November

 

e-Poster

Posters at IDEG will be presented electronically on e-poster stations. Prepare your poster to be presented by using the IDEG 2019 e-Poster template as attached. Please make sure you use sufficiently large fonts for your results to be legible at a few metre’s distance. You will have 3 minutes to present the main findings of your study along with the main conclusion, followed by 2 minutes for questions from the audience. The time limit will be strictly observed.

Abstract Submission Form

Accepted abstracts will be presented as oral presentations, poster presentations (guided) or will be available for viewing as posters.

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