Authors are kindly asked to follow the below rules on abstract submission.
The deadline for submitting abstracts was the 1st of October 2018.
Submitted abstracts can be in Icelandic or English. If abstracts are submitted in English they must be presented in English. It is important to stick to one language in the abstract text. If the title and body is in English the affiliations must be as well. The same applies to Icelandic. Abstracts must be well written and should undergo a thorough proof-reading before submitted.
The abstract title can be maximum 15 word. The abstract itself can be maximum 250 words.
The abstract should be submitted with the following four chapters:
- Methods and data
The abstract should not contain any tables, graphs or pictures
Names and Affiliations:
Please write the first letter of middle names only, e.g. George W. Bush.
Please state your research unit and/or faculty when applicable. For example:
1Stem Cell Research Unit, Biomedical Center, Faculty of Medicine, University of Iceland.
2Neurology department, Landspítali.
3Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Iceland.
When abstracts are submitted authors must choose three key words from a list that best descripe the abstract content. The keywords will be used to facilities the reviewing and categorizing of abstracts.
Accepted abstracts will be published in Læknablaðið supplement journal that will be distributed during the conference. Abstracts and programme will also available on the School of Health Science website.
The evaluation of abstracts is in the hands of the School of Health Sciences conference committee. The committee reserves the right to to reject abstracts that do not cover a research, are not of quality, do not meet the requirements of scientific content or the above guidelines. Authors will receive answers on participation on 5 November 2018.
Administration of abstracts
Ingibjörg Hjálmfríðardóttir at the conference bureau CP Reykjavík handles the administration of abstracts. Please contact her directly if you need assistance.
Phone: 510-3912 / 897-5559