ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR THE 3RD ICPCN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – INSPIRATION, INNOVATION, INTEGRATION, IS NOW OPEN!
|Registration opens||18 July 2017|
|Abstract submission opens||18 July 2017|
|Abstract submission closes||10 November 2017|
|Authors notified re abstract submission||15 January 2018|
|Early Bird registration closes||28 February 2018|
|Late registration closes||25 May 2018|
Your abstract should fall into one of the following three topic areas.
- Inspiring others about Children’s Palliative Care
- Innovations in Children’s Palliative Care
- Integration of Children’s Palliative Care in Health, Social and Education Systems
We are delighted that you are considering submitting an abstract to our conference and request that you use the following general guidelines for submission:
- Abstracts should be submitted in English
- The deadline for abstracts submission is the 10th November 2017
- Authors must indicate their preference for ORAL or POSTER presentation.
- Abstracts must include the complete Surnames and First names of every author (indicating the presenter and the order of the authors), Institution, Country and the email address.
- All co-authors must agree with the results stated and have consented to be included as authors.
- You must mention if the material within your abstract has been presented at other national or international meetings, and if so, it will not be eligible for any awards.
- Papers that have been published in scientific journals (full text) will not be accepted
- The Scientific Committee assumes that the work involving humans or animals, or material derived from them, was approved by an institutional ethics committee, and you need to confirm this when submitting the abstract.
- Authors must specify any relationship (employment, consulting, fees, conference fees, classes, courses, commercial shares or copyright) they may have with any organization with direct or indirect financial interest on the topic or the materials dealt within the presentation. If there is a conflict of interest, authors must indicate so at the end. There is a maximum of 25 authors per abstract.
- Abstracts should not be longer than 300 words.
- Abstracts of empirical studies, secondary analysis and systematic reviews should be structured as follows:
Methods (design, data collection, analysis)
- Abstracts for non empirical work should be structured as follows:
Aims or goals of the work
Design, methods and approach taken
We look forward to receiving your abstract and seeing you at the conference.
The Scientific Committee