Maximum 350 characters typed in lower-case letters, except for abbreviations and study names. Do not include authors, institutions, city names, trademarks and abbreviations in the title.
Select one topic from the list of topics. Make sure you select the appropriate topic/best matching topic as this choice will determine which graders will review your abstract. Abstracts submitted under a topic that does not match the subject matter of the abstract may be given a lower score from reviewers.
- CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
- ARRYTHMIA AND PACING
- BASIC SCIENCE, AND HYPERTENSION
- CARDIAC IMAGING
- INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY AND SURGERY
- HEART FAILURE AND VALVULAR HEART DISEASES
Abstract authors and institutions:
Your abstract must list at least 1 author in order to be submitted.
Please denote the abstract presenter during submission.
Required from all presenters:
- The birth date of the presenter.
- The contact information (mobile and email).
The submitting author should declare that the abstract was not published or presented before in any journal or international meeting.
All abstracts must be submitted (and will be presented) English using UK English spelling with accurate grammar and spelling suitable for publication
We recommend you to structure your abstract using the following headings:
- Does the background formulate clearly the medical problem(s), which the study is about?
- Are the objective(s) of the study stated clearly?
A2. Methods: Appropriateness of methods (10 points)
- Are critical terms and definitions clearly explained?
- Are the methods appropriate for the study?
A3. Results: Presentation of the results (20 points)
- Are the results summarised adequately, using quantitative terms?
- Is the analysis (descriptive as well as statistical) of the data appropriate?
- Are the data sufficient and presented in a way that allows the reader to reach a conclusion?
A4. Conclusion: Conclusions and interpretations of results (10 points)
- Are the conclusions justified, based on the results presented?
- Do the conclusions answer the issue and objectives stated in the rationale and background?
- Are the results and their interpretation discussed in the context of existing scientific knowledge?
A5. Overall criteria for the abstract as a whole (Overall clarity of the abstract) (10 points)
- Are appropriate and simple terms used to describe the methods and discuss the results?
- Is the writing clear and concise?
- Is there a logical sequence and cohesiveness among all abstract sections?
A6. Clinical value of the research (10 points)
- Does the study, in both its topic and its results, have a clear application to improving public health, and is this application obvious to the reader, without the need for complex explanation or extrapolation?
- Is the study sufficiently sound (including clarity and strength of results) to serve as a basis for taking public health action?
- Do the data solve an immediate problem, or build on existing knowledge (rather than simply repeat what is already known)?