Abstract Submission

Call for Abstracts - Deadline: May 11th, 2020

  • The submitter accepts responsibility for the accuracy and scientific content of the submitted abstract (please proofread the abstract carefully prior to submission!)
  • The submitter accepts to be the contact person for all correspondence about the abstract and to inform co-authors about its status.
  • The submitter confirms that all co-authors are aware of and agree to the content of the abstract and support the data presented. Furthermore, the submitter will be responsible for obtaining, and, upon request, providing proof that all authors have given permission for the submission of the abstract and agree on its content.
  • Statements such as “data will be presented” in the abstracts are likely to lead to rejection of the abstract.
  • When selected for presentation, the copyright of the abstract is released to Summer discussions on neonatology 2020 in order for the abstract to be published in the program online and printed.
  • Submission of an abstract constitutes a formal commitment by the author to present the abstract in the session and at the time decided upon by the Summer discussions on neonatology 2020 organising committee. Any change in the presenting author needs to be communicated in the form of a written statement to the Summer discussions on neonatology 2020 organizing secretariat.

Topics

  • Respiratory
  • Delivery room management
  • Brain
  • Nutrition
  • Perinatal infections
  • Pain
  • All the other topics in Neonatology and Perinatology

Guidelines

CLINICAL PRACTICE CASE SUBMISSION

The submission of topic-specific, clinical practice cases for oral presentation during the discussion time in each topic session is encouraged.
Typically, cases that illustrate a particular problem or difficulty observed by the presenters in their own daily practice are welcome.

ABSTRACT FORMAT:
  • First author
  • Authors’ list – EXCLUDING first author (e.g. P. White 1; C. Hurt 2; J. Smith 3) – FIRST NAME ONLY INITIALS
  • Affiliations (INCLUDING first author) – # HOSPITAL, CITY, COUNTRY
  • The title of the abstract must be entered in capital letters (maximum 100 words)
  • Abstracts should be structured in the following four sections
    – Introduction & Background
    – Case description (clinical presentation, management, outcome)
    – Questions open to clinical practice discussion
    – Conclusion
  • Maximum length of 2500 characters (excl. title & author block, INCLUDING spaces). Abstracts may include tables, graphics and pictures.
  • All fields must be entered

 

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

ABSTRACT FORMAT:
  • First author
  • Authors’ list – EXCLUDING first author (e.g. P. White 1; C. Hurt 2; J. Smith 3) – FIRST NAME ONLY INITIALS
  • Affiliations (INCLUDING first author) – # HOSPITAL, CITY, COUNTRY
  • The title of the abstract must be entered in capital letters (maximum 100 words)
  • Abstracts should be structured in the following four sections
    – Introduction & Background
    – Patients/Materials and methods
    – Results or case report
    – Conclusion
  • Maximum length of 2500 characters (excl. title & author block, INCLUDING spaces). Abstracts may include tables, graphics and pictures.
  • All fields must be entered

 

Evaluation

All accepted abstracts are assigned to either a oral or poster presentation session at the discretion of the Scientific Committee.
Abstract acceptance notification will be sent to the abstract’s applicant.

Information for presenters

CLINICAL PRACTICE CASE SUBMISSION

The cases should be presented in 3 minutes on 3 slides, and the conclusion should highlight the questions raised by the observation, and open them to the discussion by the Faculty and the audience. The aim is to enrich the discussion sessions with the active participation of attendees, based on their own clinical experience.