Important dates

Abstract submission opens for Oral & Poster Presentation
15 March, 2019
Abstract submission deadline for Oral & Poster Presentation
15 May, 2019
Early bird registration deadline
15 September, 2019

 

Abstract submission

Abstract Information

The Scientific Program Committee of the ISIPT 2019 Conference invites you to submit Symposium / Mini workshops and Oral and Poster presentations.  All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee. All accepted abstracts will be published. Please note: all presenters must pay to register for the Conference.

Go to Abstract submission page

Important Requirements (Please review)

  • Presenters of accepted abstracts must pre-register for the Conference by the early-bird deadline.
  • Each presenting author is responsible for his/her registration fee(s) as well as travel and accommodation costs.
  • Presenters who are unable to attend the conference should arrange for another individual to present.
  • All abstract submissions must be in English.
  • Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted.
  • Submission of the abstract constitutes the authors consent to publication.

Important deadlines

Symposium and Mini workshops submission deadline: 15 March, 2019
Notification deadline: 15 April, 2019

Oral and Poster presentation submission opens: 15 March, 2019
Oral and Poster presentation submission deadline: 15 May, 2019
Notification deadline: 15 June, 2019

Abstract Notifications

Notification regarding abstract acceptance/rejection will be sent to corresponding author by 15 April (for symposia and mini-workshops) or 15 June 2019 (for oral presentations and posters). If you DO NOT receive any e-mail notification regarding your abstract submission by 15 April or 15 June, 2019, please send an e-mail to vamos@congressline.hu

Abstract Format Requirements

Presentation Types

  • SYMPOSIUM: 3-4 presentations on a common theme, with time for questions, but without any other involvement from the audience. Parallel symposia are 90 minutes in length.  Each symposium must have one chair/moderator and three presenters.
  • MINI WORKSHOP: session in which the participants are actively involved in discussion or skills based exercises. Each workshop is 90 minutes in length.
  • ORAL PRESENTATION: 15-minute presentation (one speaker) with 5 minutes for questions
  • POSTER PRESENTATION: Research, clinical or training topics presented in poster format during the poster session

Primary Focus of Presentation
Please identify whether the focus of your presentation is primarily clinical, research, or training.  This will be used for review purposes and, if accepted, to help create tracks within the conference with content of specific interest to attendees.

Symposium / Mini Workshop submission

Please visit the Symposia / Mini workshop menu for details. Please follow the direction of the template of the Symposia and Mini workshops and upload program as an attached file to the abstract submission program.

Oral Presentations/Posters

Please indicate whether you would like your abstract to be considered for an Oral Presentation or Poster.  Abstracts that are not accepted as Oral Presentations will automatically be considered as Posters.

Abstract Topics

Corresponding authors are asked to select one topic from the list (see Topics) that best describes their abstract submission.

Authors

Please enter all authors in the order they should appear in the heading of the abstract. Presenting author should be chosen and marked.

Institution/Department/City/Country

Enter institutional affiliations of all authors. If one author has more institutions, please mark in the note field.

Abstract Length

Abstracts for all submissions are limited to 2500 characters (min. 1200 characters) including spaces. The title, authors and institutions are excluded. Authors are encouraged but not required to use a structured abstract (Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion).

Special Characters and Formatting

If you copy and paste the title and/or body from a word document, special characters or formatting may not transfer. You may have to replace special characters and/or insert formatting tags using the character palette in the abstract submission website.

Corresponding Author

The Corrseponding Author is the person, whose contact details data were given when creating new account. This author will receive all communication regarding the abstract status from the organizer.

Proof

Carefully check the proof of your abstract. Make sure all special characters and formatting is displaying properly in your proof. If you find errors, return to the abstract title, authors or body, and make your corrections.

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.
Upon receipt of your submission, the system will issue an e-mail confirmation (with the abstract’s ID and title) to the corresponding author automatically. If you do not receive this automatic e-mail message, your submission was FAILED!

Please check your browser or the submitted data.
You can modify/delete/change your abstract at any time during the abstract submission period.

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Using Appropriate Internet Browser

The on-line submission system runs perfectly under most of the recently used internet browsers. Please ensure you are using any of the following browsers when submitting an abstract. If not, you can download the right browser on the log-in page.

Please check your browser version number BEFORE using the abstract system.

Windows:

Internet Explorer 9.0+
Mozilla Firefox 4.0+
Google Chrome 13.0+
Opera 11.0+

Mac OSX:

Safari 5.0+
Mozilla Firefox 4.0+
Google Chrome 13.0+
Opera 11.0+

THE SELECTION PROCESS

Proposals will be considered on their relevance to the theme of the Conference, the delegate requirements for training purposes, objectivity, originality and quality of presentation. The person identified as the lead presenter will be the designated contact person and receive all Conference correspondence and is responsible for forwarding all information to co-presenters.

Scientific Organizing Committe reserves the right to review and evaluate the abstacts, send it back to author for revision or change its format from oral to poster presentation.

FAQ

I am not able to add my Institute, Department and City. I am clicking the ADD button, but nothing happens.
Please check your browser, because you are using likely Internet Explorer 7.0 version, it might cause disfunctions. You can download other browser from the abstract system log-in page.

How to check my browser?
Open your browser. Click on help menu (Windows) or Applicaion Preferences (MAC OSX) and check “About …”.

The system does not accept my email address
Please do not use capital letters in your e-mail address

I clicked the “save and preview” button and nothing happens
Please check all submitted data, look for error messages and please correct or fill missing fields.
Examples for frequent messages:

  • Please select presenting author!
  • Please check your abstract length! minimum character 1200 …etc.

I clicked the “save and preview” button, but the system is not saved my abstract
After clicking the (save and preview) button, you can check your abstract’s preview.
If you want to modify it, you can select edit button.
If the preview is ok, click the save button and your abstract will be submitted.

Technical Support

If you have any difficulty with the submission process that you cannot resolve yourself, please e-mail vamos@congressline.hu

 


Important dates

Abstract submission opens for Oral & Poster Presentation
15 March, 2019
Abstract submission deadline for Oral & Poster Presentation
15 May, 2019
Early bird registration deadline
15 September, 2019