Abstracts should be sent online via the website using the abstract system. Abstracts sent via e-mail or post regardless of the system will not be accepted. Since the abstracts sent over the internet will be printed in the same way if accepted, attention should be paid to typographical errors.

Online Abstract

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The papers to be presented at the congress should be in the form of experimental studies, clinical studies, and original case reports, which can contribute to scientific development and should give a concluding message. Since the abstracts sent over the internet will be printed in the same way, attention should be paid to typographical errors. The authors are responsible for all typographical errors.

Writing Rules

  • Abstracts will be collected through the online abstract system.
  • Academic titles should not be used in author names.
  • Names should be written in lowercase letters with only the first letter capitalized.
  • The names and addresses of the institutions where the authors’ work must be specified.
  • Only the first letter of the abstract title should be capitalized. (Abbreviations are the exception.)
  • If abbreviations are used in the abstract, the full name of each abbreviation should be stated in parentheses.
  • In the abstract, the aim of the study and the methods used should be briefly stated. The findings should be summarized with sufficient numerical detail. The result should be explained within the framework of the presented findings.
  • Abstract should be written using purpose, method, findings, and result titles.
  • The entire abstract should not exceed 1000 words, excluding the title, author's name, and surname.

Abstracts that do not comply with any of these clauses will be excluded from the evaluation regardless of its content.

Evaluation of Papers

The evaluation will be made by the Abstract Evaluation Committee, keeping the names/surnames and institutions of the researchers confidential. The result of the evaluation will be sent to all the paper holders as a result letter.

Presentation Information

Oral Presentations
You should prepare your presentation slides based on the following features:

  • Title, ethics committee approval, conflict of interest statement (1 slide)
  • Rationale and literature abstract (1 slide)
  • Purpose, plan, and design (1 or maximum 2 slides)
  • Results-1-2-3 (3 slides, if there is an image, there can be 3 more slides, max 3+3 slides)
  • Discussion/commentary (2 slides)
  • Acknowledgments, future projection (1 slide)