Call for Abstract

The Abstracts (oral, poster or e-poster) must be sent using the “Poster Submission System“. Abstracts sent by fax or e-mail will not be accepted.

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Abstract Submission Deadline : 20 September 2019

Abstract Delivery Notification

Authors will be notified about the delivery of their abstract by e-mail immediately. In case you will not receive confirmation within 24 hours, please check your spam folder. In case of no confirmation e-mail, please contact:


Abstract Acceptance Notification

Authors will be notified about the acceptance or rejection of their Abstract by e-mail not later than 25 September 2019. 

Presenting authors must pay the registration fee by 02 November 2019.

Submission Guidelines for Presentation Catagories

1. Poster (also E-posters* are accepted)
2. One slide – 5 minutes presentation
3. Oral presentation
4. Workshop

*E-Poster is generally reserved for participant unable to join us at the venue for any reasons, such as visa issues, health issues, or other.

1. Poster

Preparing your poster

  • All posters have to be in English.
  • Organise your poster as follows:
    Introduction/Background – Objective/Methods – Results – Conclusions
  • Keep all elements of your poster (pictures, tables, graphics, drawings, photos) simple.
  • Remember that the visitor has to be able to read the text from a distance of up to 1.5 m.
  • Make sure that the poster speaks for itself and does not require extensive explanations.
  • Plan your layout in such a way that the viewer can move her/his eyes from left to right and from top to bottom with appropriate breaks.
  • Try to prepare a poster in one part – if constructed with many parts make sure to know the order.
  • References can be presented in smaller font size, but you will need to restrict the number of references to a maximum of 6.
  • It is also useful to have A4 sheet handouts similar to the poster. This provides a useful ‘take-away’ resource. Please make sure you provide your contact details on the handout.


2. One slide – 5 minutes presentation

The ‘One-slide-five-minutes’ session is held as open ‘café’ sessions where the audience is presented with short interesting presentations. We anticipate high interest.

Preparation of your presentation

  • All presentations will be held in English.
  • You will have a maximum five minutes to present your work including one-two minutes for discussion.
  • You can use only one PowerPoint slide.
  • Colour is attractive on data slides but use light colors only.
  • Do not cover too many details.
  • Patient confidentiality must be protected.
  • Avoid commercial reference. Advertising of products is prohibited.
  • Remember that you have to communicate with the audience in a limited time.
  • If you exceed your time, the session chairperson will terminate your presentation.
  • Identify yourself to the session chairperson 10 minutes before the session.

The PowerPoint slide for the ‘One slide-five-minute’ presentation must be sent to before the Conference. It is not possible to upload the slide for this presentation from the Speakers Lounge during the conference.

3. Oral presentation

  • All presentations will be held in English.
  • Do not cover too many details.
  • Discuss only the major points of your work, supported by the conclusions drawn from your data to the audience in a limited time.
  • A rushed presentation with too many slides is of no use to the audience.
  • If you exceed your time, the session chairperson will be forced to terminate your presentation.
  • Identify yourself to the session chairperson 10 minutes before the session.
  • Follow the instructions of the chairperson; especially regarding the time for your talk.
  • Each session will last 45 0r 60 minutes.
  • The chairs are responsible for disposing of time.
  • There will be 5-6 presentations in each session with a time frame, as follows:
    • Presentation (7 minutes)
    • Discussion (3 minutes)


4. Workshop

Another traditional form of a session is “Workshop Session”. Workshops can provide participants with an opportunity to extend their knowledge and strengthen their skills in the area addressed by the workshop. These sessions provide a longer time period for interaction

Please use the following structure in a workshop abstract:
Background / Aim of the Workshop / Methods/ Results and Conclusions
Workshops are allotted 45 minutes time slots. This longer time period allows presenters to delve deeper into the topics presented.

Conference themes

  • Primary care policy
  • Primary care financing
  • Family medicine
  • Practice organization
  • Consultation skills
  • Interdisciplinary cooperation
  • Research in general practice
  • Education and professional development
  • Undergraduate teaching
  • Clinical management
  • Hygiene/ epidemiology
  • Public health
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Tobacco, alcohol and drugs
  • Food and nutrition
  • Gender issues
  • Quality and safety of care
  • Rural care
  • Cross-cultural medicine
  • Integrated care
  • Information and technology
  • Ethics and law
  • Prevention and health promotion
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Respiratory problems
  • Digestive problems
  • Diabetes and metabolic problems
  • Genito-urinary problems
  • Women´s health
  • Maternal and child health
  • Eye problems
  • Infectious diseases
  • Vaccination
  • Allergology and Immunology
  • Travel and tropical medicine
  • Mental health
  • Musculoskeletal problems
  • Emergencies and trauma
  • Skin and soft tissue problems
  • Occupational health
  • Oncology and palliative care
  • Traditional and alternative medicine

Abstracts Submission Instructions

  • Abstracts must be in English.
  • Submitted abstracts must be original. Abstracts previously published or presented at an international scientific meeting cannot be submitted.
  • Fill in the submitting author’s name and e-mail address properly – these contact details will serve for further correspondence with the author(s).
  • Each delegate can present up to 2 (two) activities although he might be as a co-author in more than two.
  • Please indicate the appropriate congress topic.
  • The abstract title should have no more than 20 words.
  • The maximum length of the body of the abstract for an oral presentation, poster presentation and workshop is 500 words. Tables and/or pictures are not accepted as part of the abstract.