INSTRUCTIONS ON APPLYING THE ABSTRACT OF A PAPER:
The organizational and Scientific Committee of the congress invites all colleagues who wish to present a scientific project, to send their project abstracts to the office of the congress by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 20/04/2021.
The writers will be notified on whether their paper has been accepted on 19/03/2021.
Instructions to all writers:
You may submit your abstract for a scientific project, systematic literature review, case study, clinical trial practice and tools. Your abstract should be approximately 250 words and include a maximum of 5 keywords. It should be written in single spacing, font Times New Roman, size 12, in a Microsoft word document. It should include the research purpose, aims, methodology, the statistical analysis, results, and conclusions. Non-research papers have to be supported in a way which aids science and clinical practice.
Papers may be about disorders such as ADHD, Autism, speech and language impairment, fluency disorders, voice disorders, Dysphagia, Dyspraxia, Dysphasia, early intervention, special learning disorders, and other clinical issues such as diagnostic tools, treatment programmes, education and the continuing professional development of speech therapists and disorders classification systems.
Do not forget to:
- complete the paper title
- mention all authors of this paper and underline the speaker
- point out keywords
- mention any academic, professional, or other affiliation of the authors, and
- complete the section in how your proposed paper relates to the conference topics
The Scientific Committee will announce during the congress its decision on which three papers were shortlisted.
The posters will be presented in a special section on the congress website and will be available for viewing after its end.
The poster will be in PDF format and the author will optionally be able to send a 3-minute video presenting his research to accompany his poster. The contact details of the authors, should be reported at the end of the presentation, so that participants can send them questions about their research.