PWP2013
XXVIII Pediatric Work Physiology
Visitors: 63750
Posters: 94
Oral comunications: 44
Number of registrations: 146
Abstract instructions
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General guidelines

1 - All submissions will be reviewed by the scientific committee, and authors will be notified of the committee’s decision.


2 - Authors may state their preference for an oral or poster presentation, but the final decision will lie with the scientific committee.


3 - Late abstracts and abstracts not conforming to the submission guidelines will not be considered.


4 - Each delegate is only allowed to present one oral or poster presentation but may co-author multiple abstracts.


5 - The presenting author must be the first named author and have registered for the conference by the registration deadline.


Guidelines for abstract submission

Abstract

1 - Do not exceed 350 words


2 - Use the following layout:
     Background
     Methods
     Results
     Conclusions


3 - Do not include tables, figures or references


4 - The title, authors, and respective affiliations must be provided
     Long version to be considered in the volume “Children and Exercise“
     Authors are invited to submit alongside their abstract, a short paper for consideration by the scientific committee. The short paper is limited to 4 pages of text (~ 1200-1400 words) and authors must follow the template and formatting guidelines provided.


Guidelines for Oral Communication



Oral communication

1 - Oral presentations will be delivered using Microsoft PowerPoint.


2 - The oral presentation will last for 10 minutes with 5 minutes allowed for discussion.



Poster presentation

1 - Poster presentations are to be printed on A0 paper size (1189 mm height and 841 mm width) and presented in the portrait format.


2 - Posters will be displayed at the beginning of the presenters allocated session.


3 - The poster presentation will last for 2 minutes followed a 1 minute discussion.


Young Investigator awards - Oral communication


Judges:


José Pedro Ferreira
[University of Coimbra]
jpferreira@fcdef.uc.pt

Karin Pfeiffer
[Michigan State University]
kap@msu.edu

Marije T. Elferink-Gemser
[University of Groningen;HAN University of Applied Sciences]
m.t.elferink-gemser@med.umcg.nl


 


Rules:


1 - Prizes will be given for the best oral presentations by young investigators.


2 - Young investigator is defined as those registered for a PhD and not more than 2 years post PhD.


3 - Candidates must confirm their entry for the competition at the moment of the submission.


4 - Judges were chosen on the basis of their knowledge and experience of the subject matter.


5 - Awards will be selected on the basis of excellence. In the event of a tie the final decision will be made firstly by negotiation between the judges, in a failure to resolve, the organising chair will make the final decision.


6 - Results will be announced at the conference dinner.


Young research awards - Poster presentation


Judges:


Amândio Cupido-dos-Santos
[University of Coimbra]
acupidosantos@gmail.com, amandiosantos@fcdef.uc.pt

Maria Eugenia Peña Reyes
[Escuela Nacional de Antropologia e Historia]
eugeniapere@prodigy.net.mx

Lauren Sherar
[University of Loughborough]
l.b.sherar@lboro.ac.uk




Rules:


1 - Prizes will be given for the best oral presentations by young investigators.


2 - Young investigator is defined as those registered for a PhD and not more than 2 years post PhD.


3 - Candidates must confirm their entry for the competition at the moment of the submission.


4 - Judges are chosen on the basis of their knowledge and experience of the subject matter.


5 - Awards will be selected on the basis of excellence.


6 - Judging criteria on a scale of 1-5:
     - Scientific novelty and importance of work
     - Technical and methodological achievements of the study
     - Clarity and accuracy of presentation and illustration
     - Clear demonstration of a substantial personal contribution by the candidate


7 - In the event of a tie the final decision will be made firstly by negotiation between the judges, in a failure to resolve, the organising chair will make the final decision.

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