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Topic Papers - Call for Abstracts
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The deadline for receipt of Topic Papers has now passed. All corresponding authors will receive a confirmation of acceptance or rejection, by email or regular mail, by the end of May 2013, together with presentation instructions if accepted.

We invite you to submit abstracts for inclusion in the Topic Related Papers Session in the ADEE Annual Meeting. Guidelines are set out below.

Submissions must be prepared in accordance with the format included the abstract instructions. They will not be edited, corrected or translated by the organising committee and will not be shortlisted if they do not comply.

Important

  1. The deadline for receipt of Topic Related Abstracts is Friday 12th April 2013. Abstracts sent after that date will not be accepted.
  2. Presenters will receive notification of acceptance or rejection, by email by the end of May 2013, together with presentation instructions if accepted.
  3. Presenters will be allocated 15 minutes each with 2 minutes for questions. Please consult the Meeting Programme for exact timings.
  4. A PowerPoint presentation should be prepared, using no more than 20 slides.
  5. Please note: this session does not replace that for the oral presentation of posters; submissions must relate specifically to the topic of the conference.

Instructions to Authors - Topic Related papers ADEE Annual Meeting

Authors are invited to submit an Abstract for a Topic Related session at the next ADEE annual meeting. All abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee of the ADEE and those accepted will be published in the Programme/Abstract Book.

Downloads

Abstract template in Word Format (right click to download)

Guidance for authors (PDF)

Presenters are requested to complete the Abstract Submission as a Word document in the format set out below. Additional guidance notes are available here. There is no guarantee of acceptance of any submission.

Selection criteria are: relevance to the subject of the meeting, interest of content and research quality.

Topic Related Abstracts must be submitted as an email attachment on the template provided here.
Right click to save this template to your computer and use it to complete your abstract. The document should then be submitted as an email attachment to: topicpapers@adee.org.

While authors may collaborate on a number of abstracts, no more than three abstracts may be submitted for consideration by an author who is listed as first author/presenter. There is no guarantee of acceptance of any submission.

REMINDER: The deadline for receipt of Topic Related Abstracts is Friday 12th April 2013. All corresponding authors will receive notification of acceptance or rejection, by email or regular mail, by the end of May 2013, together with presentation instructions if accepted.

Abstract Format Guidelines

Please note that abstracts which do not conform to these requirements will be rejected.

Applications should be made in English using single spaced, size 11 Arial font.

ABSTRACT TITLE: in bold, CAPITAL letters.

AUTHORS: in lower case letters. The last name(s) of each author must be written first, followed by the initial(s) of the first name and separated from the next name by a comma. Underline the name of the presenting author. (E.g. Millnar G., Gouder J. and Raquel A.) Do not include any titles, academic or other, such as Professor, Chairman, President etc.

INSTITUTION: in lower case letters. Write the name(s) of the institution(s), to which the authors are affiliated, city and country (e.g. School of Dentistry, University of Athens, Greece). Do not include postal addresses.

CORRESPONDENCE: Write the title, full name, email, mailing address, telephone and fax of the corresponding author. Note: the letter of acceptance/rejection will be sent to the email or address stated here.

ABSTRACT: The text must not exceed 300 words in length and must not include any underlining, italics, illustrations or graphs. It should explain, succinctly, the purpose of the presentation as it relates to the meeting topic.