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Guidelines for abstract submission
Congress delegates are encouraged to submit original research. Authors need to be aware of patient considerations before submitting abstracts for publication. All abstracts must be written in English.
The submitter must be an investigator with substantial involvement in the study presented and the right to submit and present the study.
- Title: No more than 75 characters
- Text: No more than 250 words
You are invited to submit abstracts for presentations of one of four types:
Oral paper presentation: An individual (more authors can be seen from abstract) presentation grouped in parallel sessions with comparable papers. Abstracts assessed high in quality will be invited for "oral presentation".
Poster presentation: An individual (more authors can be seen from abstract) presentation placed on a portable wall. Abstracts relevant for the conference and not invited for oral presentation will be invited for a poster presentation.
Symposium: A self-organized seminar of more papers (three or more) on the same topic to be presented in the same session and relevant for the conference theme.
Workshop: A self-organized seminar of few presentations relevant to the conference theme. Workshops are intended to be thoroughly interactive with considerable participation and discussion from those attending. Workshops may have an explicit agenda of training participants on a given topic, or of generating an interest group or a network for future collaboration. If applying for a workshop, please include a description of the content and how it will be covered (pedagogical methods, etc.).
1. Indicate by ticking if your abstract originates from: (tick only one)
- Research (researchers presenting a scientific project)
- Education & training (teachers and educators in academia, organisations or clinical practice presenting educational projects)
- Quality improvement (staff in regions, municipalities, universities or accreditation bodies presenting quality improvement projects)
The main field defines the format of your abstract:
· Research: background, methods, results and conclusions.
· Education & training: background, activities, experiences/evaluations and perspectives
· Quality improvement: background, methods, results and conclusions.
2. Enter title and abstract
3. Select one topic from the following list:
- Doctor-patient relationship
- Healthcare organization including continuity in care
- Wellbeing for GPs and practice staff
- Healthcare technology including personalised medicine
- Equity in care including immigrant healthcare
- Ethical use of data
- Multimorbidity, chronicity & frailty
- Infectious diseases
- Mental health
- Musculoskeletal, nervous system & skin disorders
- Gastroientestinal conditions
- Urogenital conditions
- Child healthcare
- Cardiovascular & endocrine conditions
- Lung, airway, allergy & ear conditions
- Medication underuse, overuse & deprescribing
- Gyneacology and obstetrics
4. Select preferred type of presentation:
- Oral presentation
- Poster presentation
Presentation type will be finally decided by the scientific committee.
5. The abstract is submitted by clicking Submit. If you are not ready to submit, you can log-out and the system saves your abstract. You can then log-in later and finish your abstract submission.
Deadline for abstract submission
Abstract submission is closed.
Abstracts must fulfil the guidelines listed above to qualify for review.
Notification to authors
Mid February 2019.