Guidelines for Research:
• Contains a clear statement of the hypothesis, and explanation of robust methods, and the results and a brief discussion of their implications in the conclusion.
• Subject matter must contain original data
Research Abstract submission has the following constraints:
• Title - maximum 150 characters including spaces (Do not add 'Title' as sub-heading)
• The abstract body must consist of purpose, methods, results, conclusions
• Abstract body is limited to 2500 characters including spaces
• Past tense should be used, with no use of personal pronouns.
• Use of material/chemical/ pharmaceutical names are encouraged rather than
manufacturer's product names
• Commercial relationships must be fully disclosed.
Guidelines for Clinical case reports:
Case reports submitted should contribute to medical knowledge and must have educational value or highlight the need for a change in clinical practice or diagnostic/prognostic approaches. We will not consider reports on topics that have already been well characterized or where other, similar, cases have already been published.
We welcome well-described and novel reports of cases that include any unreported or unusual side effects or adverse interactions of medication, diseases. Presentations, diagnoses and/or management of new and emerging diseases, new findings of possible pathogenesis of a disease are also accepted. Case reports should include relevant positive and negative findings from history, examination, and investigation, and can include clinical photographs, provided these are accompanied by a statement that written consent to publish was obtained from the patient(s). Case reports should include an up-to-date review of all previous cases in the field.
Case report Abstract template:
The Abstract should not exceed 350 words. Do not cite references in the abstract. The abstract must include the following separate sections.
The Background section should explain the background to the case report or study, its aims, a summary of the existing literature.
This section should include a description of the patient’s relevant demographic details, medical history, symptoms and signs, treatment or intervention, outcomes, and any other significant details.
Discussion and Conclusions:
This should discuss the relevant existing literature and should clearly state the main conclusions, including an explanation of their relevance or importance to the field.
List of Abbreviations:
If abbreviations are used in the text, they should be defined in the text at first use, and a list of abbreviations should be provided.
Three to ten keywords representing the main content of the article.