In 2004 , the author reported the then current findings from research on structured abstracts
and followed this up with a similar paper in 2014 .
Please do not include your name on the abstract
Presenters will be notified by June 2 if their abstract
has been accepted.
A pictorial approach to interreligious dialogue underscores the possibility for abstract
forms to express fundamental religious truths.
All sections of the application must be completed for each author listed on the abstract
including demographics, biographical information, and disclosure of financial interests related to potential conflict of interest before the submission deadline.
A number of characteristics and elements make an outstanding research abstract
, and addressing these will increase the likelihood of producing a high-quality abstract
that is accepted for presentation.
They're quick to read, they provide instant answers, but they're often incomplete or downright wrong--they're abstracts
Reading an abstract
has never been a substitute for reading the article: crucial details of the study.
The current abstract
rating process is flawed for methodological reasons.
Recommendations by the CONSORT (4) declaration, in its adaptation for abstracts
, offer a guide for the elaboration of an abstract
of a clinical trial in structured and informative manner, using up to 400 words and briefly including the Title, Methods (participants, interventions, objective, outcomes, randomization, blind tests), Results (number of randomizations, recruitment, number of analyses, outcome, important adverse effects), and Conclusions, registry of the clinical trial and conflict of interests.
Please visit the abstract
submission Web site at http://onsopcontent.
From the selected research abstracts
, four will receive the Research Abstract
Award, which recognizes individuals whose abstracts
reflect outstanding original work, replication research or research utilization.