Abstract Submission Guidelines :

The abstract should be submitted through official conference website www.iassacon2020.com.
The last date of abstract submission is 15th Mar. 2020.
It is mandatory that the first (main) author should be the presenting author and the award will only be given to the first author.
Give your choice for presentation (E-Poster/Podium presentations).
Weightage will be given to research studies for podium presentation.
The Scientific Committee reserves the right to make the final decision on the mode of presentation
Author who wishes to participate must register for the Conference
Abstracts must be original and must not be or have been published or presented at any other meeting
Please mention your conference registration number while abstract submission
Candidates whose abstract have been accepted / rejected will be intimated via e-mail

Abstract Format Guidelines for Podium Presentation :

Word Limit: The abstracts should be within 250 words and the entire submission must fit on a single page. (Please Note: graphs / tables / images should not to be included in the abstract).
Language: Abstract must be typed and presented in English.
Font Type: Abstracts should be prepared in Microsoft Word, Times New Roman Font, 12 point with single line spacing, with the title in boldface.
Content: The submitted abstracts must contain the following :
      1. Objectives: State the main objective of the study.
      2. Materials and methods: Briefly describe the design of the study and how it was conducted.
      3. Results: Present the main results with appropriate statistics.
      4. Conclusion: Limit the conclusions to those that are directly supported by the results.
Do not begin sentences with numerals. Standard abbreviations may be used without definition.
It is the author's responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact will be reproduced as typed by the author.

Abstract Format Guidelines for E Poster Presentation

Allowed word count: 250 words.
Language: Abstract must be typed and presented in English.
The abstract shall contain the following headings :
      1. Title.
      2. Introduction.
      3. Methods/Case report.
      4. Results: One (ONLY ONE) most relevant table/ image / graph / illustration MUST.
      5. Conclusion.
      6. References (Two, most relevant).

Guidelines for Final E Poster Presentation

Only E-Posters are permitted.
Posters may be designed on single slide MS Power Point or Templates .
The poster should be static. Do not embed any dynamic visual elements.
The final E-posters should be submitted by 15th March 2020.
The E-Posters submitted will be deemed as final. No further changes to the poster will be allowed to the day of presentation.
Poster presentation.
      o Please check and be present at your allocated time slot for the poster judging.
      o The Presenter will be provided an overall time of 5 minutes including discussion.
The abstract shall contain the following headings :
      1. Title.
      2. Introduction.
      3. Methods/Case report.
      4. Results: One (ONLY ONE) most relevant table/ image / graph / illustration MUST.
      5. Conclusion.

Guidelines for Final Podium Presentation

For podium presentation laptop with MS Windows will be provided.
Personal laptops will not be permitted.
All presentations should be prepared on/saved as MS power-point.
Content: The submitted abstracts must contain the following.
      1. Objectives: State the main objective of the study.
      2. Title: To be complete, relevant, including relevant statistical terminology.
      3. Key Words: 3-5 relevant MeSH keywords.
Introduction: To contain Background and Aims
      1. Methods: To mention ethical committee permission, patient consent, duration of study, inclusion-exclusion criteria, sample size calculation based on power of study, randomization technique, statistical tests used including p values, tests of comparison and version of software used, Primary and secondary study criteria clearly defined, definitions of grades, scoring systems, confounding variables and limitations, if any, rescue techniques /drugs.
      2. Results: To begin with demographics, study criteria/ parameters (Primary and Secondary), adverse / side effects. Present the main results with appropriate statistics.
      3. Discussion: (should focus on aims, study parameters/criteria, related studies with correlations, complications/adverse / side effects and management, confounding variables and limitations, if any, future scope of study)
      4. Conclusion: Limit the conclusions to those that are directly supported by the results.
Tables: The final presentation may include maximum of 3 tables of up to 10 rows x 10 columns.
Graphs and Images: The final presentation may include a maximum of three graphs or images.
The Presenter will be provided an overall time of 10 minutes including discussion (8+2 min).
Presentations should be submitted to the preview room on the morning of presentation.