Abstract proposals (oral or poster presentation)
Abstract submission deadline for poster presentations only has been prolonged until 1st of March.
Proposals are invited related to all aspects of aphasia although abstracts related to the key theme The Spectrum of Rehabilitation are particularly welcome. All types of contributions regarding clinical and research projects, also including study design or preliminary results, are welcome and will be considered for presentation.
You will be asked to indicate your preferred presentation mode when using the online abstract submission system. Oral contributions will have a duration of 15 to 30 minutes including discussion. Information about poster format will be provided with the acceptation letter.
The submitted abstract should provide the name and affiliation of the presenter, a concise statement of the problem or hypothesis, procedures and analyses conducted, results obtained, and final conclusion(s) drawn. Figures or tables cannot be included. Abstracts should have the following format: Title, Background, Objective, Methods, Results, Discussion, References (optional, no more than five references).
The word limit for the abstract is 350 words (excluding title, affiliation, and references). Submissions that do not meet these guidelines may not be reviewed. The reviewing process is strictly anonymous.
The abstract as well as the oral or poster presentation should be in English.
Abstracts can only be submitted using the online submission system.