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Abstract submissions for ESLRR 2019

ESLRR 2019 Abstract submission guidelines

Abstracts can only be submitted via the website. Hardcopy or e-mailed abstracts will not be considered.

Website address https://eslrr2019.exordo.com/

The submitting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.

All abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in a conference book to be distributed to all delegates.

The presenting author must be registered, and attend the conference, or the abstract will be withdrawn.

Abstracts previously published will not be accepted.

You may submit more than 1 abstract, and can select your preference for poster or oral presentation. You will also be asked to select up to 2 relevant topics to describe your contribution. However the final decision on mode of presentation, and the topic area, will be made by the Scientific Committee.

PREPARING YOUR SUBMISSION

All abstracts should be submitted and presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication. If you need help, please arrange for the review of your abstract by a colleague who is a native English speaker, or a professional copy editor, prior to submission.

Please submit symbols as words. Figure and tables cannot be included in the abstract.

If you include references in your abstract, you must provide the full citation and this will be included in the word count.

Abstract title - limited to 20 words

The text of the Abstract is limited to a total of 300 words. It should be divided into the following sections, and uploaded into the separate text boxes for each section.

Background

Methods

Results

Significance

IF YOUR SUBMISSION IS FOR A WORKSHOP

Please use the same format to structure your Abstract. Use the “Methods” to explain what format you propose your workshop to take (eg. a series of short invited presentations; a round-table discussion; a hands-on practical; a demonstration by an expert) and the audience it is aimed at (eg. researchers; clinicians; experts or novices). In “Results” you should describe what you wish to achieve from the session (eg. to provide practitioners with techniques they can apply in practice; to provide a consensus on a future research direction).

The submission form allows you to store your abstract as a draft in order to make changes. Please note that abstracts must be SUBMITTED before the deadline in order to be sent for review for inclusion in the Conference.

If your abstract is accepted, your presentation at the conference should include confirmation that you have received ethical approval for your study (if relevant), and a declaration of any conflicts of interest.

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