The abstract call already available since
June, 1st 2018
The closing date of abstract submission is on
July, 25th 2018
Yes, the abstract facilitation program will start from
1st June until 5th August 208
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The official language of the congress is English and all submission of sessions and abstracts must be submitted and presented in English.
The focused symposium is very important for the conference program. Popular with conference delegates, they attract a wide audience and provide lively discussions. They are a 60 minute session led by a chairman who is a recognized expert on the field. The chair has the responsibility to invite and lead a group of international presenters through a series of evidence-based and critical presentations reflectively reflecting, attracting relevance, application, short messages and potential challenges to the audience.
Deadline for submission of proposal,
All focused symposium senders will be notified of whether their proposal has been accepted for presentation in
June 2018or not.
All presenters will be notified of the time and date of their presentation in
All presenters of the symposium will appear as co-author in abstract and appear in the conference program. Therefore you can include abstracts in your publication list. There may also be other potential output from the conference leading to additional publications
Your abstract must include the four subheading :
1. Introduction – A brief statement on the purpose of the study and the current state of research in the field. Maximum 2 sentences
2. Methods – The methods of study must be defined briefly and consist of at least, study design, subject, data collection procedure, and data analyses.
3. Results – A summary of the study results, including sufficient details to support the conclusions.
4. Conclusion – A statement describing the significance of the work and its implications for physiotherapy field and/or further research.
You must ensure that your research was carried out ethically in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki of the World Medical Association