Abstract submission is closed

As of September 5th 2007 abstract submission is closed.

Abstract Submission Guidelines

The Programme Committee welcomes submission of original abstracts for oral or poster presentations for any of the thematic sessions. The majority of submissions will be accepted for poster presentations. However some of those with indicated preference for oral presentation might be accepted and included into thematic symposia as oral presentations. All abstract submissions must be original research, own experience or case-presentations. Abstracts must be submitted and presented in English.

To submit an abstract, please use the form below. All abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in a conference abstract book. The deadline for abstract submisson has been extended to August 31st. The authors will be notified about the acceptance of their abstract by email.

A number of papers based on presentations at the conference will be published in a special issue of Slovene Medical Journal. If you would like your paper to be considered for publication, please check the appropriate box in the abstract submission form. Authors of abstracts accepted for review will be notified by email and will be invited to submit their papers by October 1st. The final acceptance of papers will depend on peer reviews. Final revisions will have to be submitted by November 1st. Special issue is planed to be published in December 2007. For further details please consult Guide for authors [PDF].

Any queries about the abstract submission process, should be directed to:

Bla┼ż Koritnik, MD MSc
Institute of Clinical Neurophysiology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana

Abstract Formatting Guidelines

Make the title brief, clearly indicating the nature of the study. Use upper and lower case, capitalizing the first letter of the first word, and the first letter of the proper names only.

Include full first (given) and last (family) names of each author. Do not include titles or designations (e.g. MD, PhD).

Limit text to 300 words.

If appropriate, state the objective, followed by background, methods, results, and conclusions.

Tables and graphics
Use one of the common graphic file types (e.g. tif, jpg, etc.), place all the graphic files in a single zip or similar package and submit it as the attachement to the abstract using the form below.

The use of standard abbreviations is desirable. A special or unusual abbreviation should be placed in parentheses after the first appearance of the word for which it stands.

A maximum of 5 references may be included in the body of the text.

List three to five keywords that best describe the issue that the abstract addresses.

Abstracts will be formatted for publication by the organisers.