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ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

1. General rules

1.1. Organizers accept abstracts only from registered participants of the Conference.

1.2. The deadline for abstract submission is April 30, 2018.

1.3. Abstracts must be in English. Approved abstracts will be published in the Conference brochure.

1.4. Presentation type must be mentioned in the online abstract submission form

1.5. The Conference Scientific committee has the right to determine whether the abstract will be accepted.

1.6. The corresponding author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before the submission of the abstract.

1.7. Authors are fully responsible for the content of the abstract including mistakes.

1.8. Abstracts should be submitted online

1.9. Subspeciality theme should be mention in the online abstract submission form:

- Rhinology

- Laryngology

- Otology

- Onkology

- Audiology and Speech Therapy

2. Instructions for the preparation of abstracts (standard) :

2.1. Recommended elements:

    title of abstract, reflecting its main idea;
    surname and initials of the author and coauthors of the abstract with the place of work/affiliation;
    introduction with brief review on the considered problem, the earlier unsolved problems and the main purpose of the work;
    materials and methods;
    results;
    discussion;
    clearly emphasized conclusion.

2.2. Elements, which must be used: Abstract is limited to a maximum of 3000 characters. Tables, pictures and bibliography are not accepted. Please, note: A clear and simple style will be appreciated. Abstracts containing such phrases as "Results will be discussed" instead of a description of the results will be rejected without review. Abbreviations are permitted but must be defined when mentioned for the 1st time.

For oral presentations Multimedia System (LCD - projector and PC) will be available in the lecture halls. Presentations should be prepared in “ppt” format and presented on CD/DVD or USB flash.

 3. Instructions for the preparation a short review for Instructional Lecture, Case study, Discussion, Rount-table etc :

    Instructional Lecture is 30-minutes long presentation: 25 minutes of presentation by the lecturer, followed by a short 5-minute discussion between the lecturer and the audience

    Case study

    Round table discussion/Guided discussion

    Demonstration

Instructional Lecture could be a single presentation or a group presentation (f. e. presenter from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), based to linked sub-topics.
! Short description is required (title of presentation, topics covered).

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR THIS CONGRESS IS CLOSED

Acceptance letter is sent out on May 11th. If you have not received any, you should contact the Congress Secretariat

POSTERS SHOULD BE PREPARED IN A1 FORMAT AND HANDED IN TO REGISTRATION DESK ON JUNE 8 UNTIL 9am

The best work will be awarded !