Abstract Form PAP 2015

Guidelines For Submission of Abstract

Abstracts will be selected by the Scientific Committee for either oral or poster presentation. You may indicate your preference when submitting your abstract; however, the committee’s decision is final.

PAP Conference 2015 Oral Session Guidelines

  1. Authors are permitted to submit more than one abstract.
  2. Abstract should be proofread for accuracy before submission.
  3. Author and co-authors’ details
  4. Full first and family name(s)
  5. Affiliation details: department, institution / hospital, city, country.   The name and address of the presenting author should be   underlined together with e-mail and telephone contact details
  6. Abstract title – limited to 20 words in UPPER CASE
  7. Abstract text – limited to 350 words and must be structured in such a way to include; (1) Purpose/Objectives (2) Material/methods (3) Results (4)  Conclusion.
  8. Abstract stating: “Data will be discussed in the presentation” will NOT be accepted.
  9. Use only standard abbreviations. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the first occurrence of the full word.
  10. Use generic names of drugs. Express numbers as numerals.
  11. Authors can include only one figure, table or black/white illustration (maximum width 7 cm).
  12. Equations can be inserted in the text as images (only JPG, PNG, and GIF files are accepted). The preferred font is Verdana 8.

 

PAP Conference 2015 Poster Session Guidelines

Each poster session is one hours in length. Authors should be available during that time to answer questions, expand on the material and take part in discussions. The following guidelines have been adopted.

  1. Abstracts scheduled for poster session presentation will be grouped by topic. You will be notified of your session and time via email. Also check the meeting program onsite.
  2. Posters should be mounted on assigned boards. Locate your poster number in the meeting program. Your poster number will be posted on your board prior to setup. Poster pins will be available at the registration desk.
  3. Poster size is 4′ x 2′ Larger posters may not overlap others. Failure to extend courtesy to other presenters may result in removal of a poster.
  4. A copy of your abstract in large type should be posted if space permits. Availability of hand-out materials and photocopies of the abstract are helpful.
  5. Type should be easily legible at a distance of several feet. Figure legends are essential and should be short but informative. Please do not write, draw or paste on the poster boards.

Note: Abstract will only be accepted after due registration in the conference.