ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Early Registration – 15th June 2021
Late Registration – 15th September 2021
NOTIFICATION OF ABSTRACT ACCEPTANCE – BY AN E-MAIL
30th September 2021
LIST OF TOPICS
- Surgery, Orthopedics and Urology
- Internal Medicine
- Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics
- Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
- PhD Students
- Varia - Basic
- Varia - Clinical
The Scientific Committee invites authors to submit abstracts to be considered for inclusion in the program. Authors are requested to submit their abstracts complying with the guidelines mentioned below.
Every author can present once in one section of the conference however one author can present more than once in different sections of the conference.
Please note that no abstract will be acknowledged if it does not fit the appropriate guidelines asked for the active registration form.
Authors will be notified about the delivery of their abstract by a confirmation e-mail at the e-mail address for correspondence indicated in the registration form.
Abstract will be reviewed by a panel of experts and selected on the basis of merit for oral or poster presentation.
Notification of acceptance or rejection by the Scientific Committee will be mailed to the corresponding author by 30th September 2021. Please do not email us before the designated date to enquire about the status of your abstract.
The authors of oral presentations will be informed about the date, time and place of their lecture at the registration desk on arrival.
Accepted abstracts, grouped by tracks and topics, will be published in our abstract book which will be distributed at the Conference.
IMPORTANT! All accepted authors MUST confirm their participation by 1st October 2021. Only confirmed presentations will be included in the conference Abstract book!
GENERAL ABSTRACT GUIDELINES
- Submitted abstracts must be original.
Abstracts previously published or presented on an international scientific meeting cannot be submitted and will be rejected immediately.
- All abstracts must be submitted in English.
Oral presentations and posters which will be presented should also be in English.
- One abstract may have a maximum of 8 authors, including academic mentors.
PhD students who present their work in the PhD Students Section of the conference can include more authors in their abstracts since they are presenting original results from major researches.
- Abstracts must NOT exceed 250 words.
- Abstract must NOT include graphs, figures, tables, images or multimedia elements.
ABSTRACT LAYOUT GUIDELINES
- Abstracts should contain text only – tables, graphics and figures cannot be inserted and will not be printed.
- Use Standard Font – Times New Roman 12pt, Align left, with no formatting.
Title: Use CAPITAL LETTERS for the title.
Name of the author(s): Type the last name(s), followed by the initial of the first name and second name. Do not include degrees or professional titles. Separate the authors’ names with a comma. Affiliations should be indicated with a star * after the authors’ name.
Retype the name of the presenting author on a new paragraph.
Correspondence: Add an e-mail address for correspondence.
STATINS IN CARDIOVASCULAR RISK MANAGEMENT
Petrov D. P.*, Ivanov А. М.**, Georgieva Т. N.*
Presenting author: Ivanov A. M.
*Department of Cardiology, UMHAT “Dr Georgi Stranski” – Pleven, Bulgaria
**Department of Pharmacology, MU-Pleven, Bulgaria
Content: The abstract submission document MUST be structured to include each of the following components on a new paragraph, with no special indentation or bullets and numbering:
KEY WORDS (not more than five)
Do not include references in the body of the abstract.
Please avoid formatting the text using boldfacing, italics and underlining.
Please check spelling and grammar carefully - direct reproduction from your electronically sent abstract text means that any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific data will be reproduced as submitted.
Abbreviations: Standard abbreviations may be used. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full wording at the first time it appears in the body of the text.