Events THE FUTURE - TOWARDS PURPOSEFUL INNOVATION | 2021 10 07

2021 10 07
ONLINE CONFERENCE

AMSE 2021 | ABSTRACTS

CONTENT

  • Abstracts should include:
    • brief introduction to the research question
    • aim(s) of the study
    • methods used including statistical analysis methods
    • summary of results containing real data and the outcome of statistical analyses
    • conclusions
  • Abstracts must report on high quality original research in the field 
  • The statements, in particular in the conclusion section, should be balanced.
  • No abbreviations or trade names are allowed in the title. However, the generic name may be used.

LAYOUT

  • Abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • Type the abstract text in single spacing.
  • Abstracts should have a maximum of 300 words (excluding references).
  • The use of underlined is not permitted. Words that need emphasis should be bold type or italics type.
  • It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact in the abstract text will be reproduced as typed by the author.
  • If your abstract is accepted as a e-poster, you will be requested to register for the conference. 
  • All abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in Conference Virtual platform on Event day.

REFERENCES (Please start with the number between brackets)

  • No more than five references to previous publications may be included. In the body text, a publication should be referred to by a consecutive number between brackets, i.e. [1], [2], [3], [4] and [5].
  • Authors are responsible for the accuracy of references. Only published articles and those in press (the journal should be stated) may be included; unpublished results and personal communications should be cited as such in the text.
  • The references should be provided in accordance with the following examples: 

References:

  1.  LaBrecque Douglas R., Abbas Zaigham, Anania Frank et al. (2014) World Gastroenterology Organisation Global Guidelines: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis. J. of Clin. Gastroenterol., 48(6): 467–473.
  2. Fadyeyenko H.D., Chernyshov V.A. Comorbid diseases affecting the cardiovascular risk in postinfarction patients (2014) Ukr. Ther. J., 2: 11–20 (in Ukr). 
  3. EASL–EASD–EASO Clinical Practice Guidelines for the management of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (2016) J. Hepatol., 64(6): 1388–1402

KEY DATES:
-Abstract Submission Deadline: 15 September 2021 (23:59 CET)

We invite you to present abstracts for 3 Short Communication sessions on topics:

Education

Teaching and Learning
Student selection
Assessment
Innovations and the Future of Medical Education
Research

Research at Medical Schools
Scholarship
Scientific publications and publishing
The early involvement of student into scientific networking or Data protection and bioethical issues in the research
Patient centered care

Patient Safety
Patient Involvement / Autonomy
The patient of the future
Efficient and Innovative Medical Education Depends on the Teamwork: Student/Educator/Physician/Patient/Community/Society



For questions regarding abstract submission please contact:
Conference Secretariat | CREATIVA
Phone: +370 60378930
Email: info@creativa.lt

please select a topic
Teaching and Learning
Student selection
Assessment
Innovations and the Future of Medical Education
Research
Scholarship
Scientific publications and publishing
The early involvement of student into scientific networking or Data protection and bioethical issues in the research
Patient centered care
Patient Involvement / Autonomy
The patient of the future
Efficient and Innovative Medical Education Depends on the Teamwork: Student/Educator/Physician/Patient/Community/Society