Important information for abstract submission
General guidelines for paper submission:
- The presenting author does not have to be the first author (if the presenter is not the first author, please indicate who is presenting the paper).
The presenting author must register as an active participant at the conference.
- If your full paper is accepted by the committee you must register for conference within 1 week (7 days) of notification of acceptance.
- If you wish to withdraw the full paper, please submit a withdrawal letter in writing to: email@example.com, and await confirmation of your withdrawal. It is only possible to withdraw the full paper up to 1 week after notification of acceptance.
- Full paper published elsewhere at other conferences will not be accepted.
- We advise you to carefully check the content, structure and grammar of the full paper prior to submission.
- If your full paper is accepted for oral presentation, please register promptly. Papers without registration will not be placed on the conference’s program book.
- Each manuscript is subject to double blind peer review by two reviewers.
- All papers will be published in a Scopus-indexed nursing journal as a special edition.
Upload Camera-Ready Manuscript / Final Version
If your full paper was accepted, you usually get the option to submit a final version of your full paper. Please consider the review results from the experts for that version. The final version has to be “camera ready”, i.e. it must use the conference template and follow the submission guidelines otherwise it will not be published in a Scopus-indexed nursing journal as a special edition.
Oral Presentation Guidelines:
- All oral presentations will be given 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers.
- All oral presentations will be evaluated by conference judges to nominate 10 best oral presenters.
Content of Oral Presentation:
The presentation should include adequate information to help audience understand the research, includes:
- Research question or problem
- Why question or problem is important
- Methods (how or the ways to answer the question, or examine or solve the problem)
- Results of research
- Implication for nursing practice or further research
- The number of slides is between 7-10 (including title and references).