Abstract Submission Deadline
Now - 15 April 2023 1st 15 May 2023
Extended to 2nd 31 May 2023
Late Breaking (Poster Only) until 30 June 2023
Abstract Acceptance Notice
15 June 2023
Important Information Regarding Abstract Submission
1. Please read through the following General Policies and Requirements before preparing your abstract.
2. Read the Abstract Submission Instructions and Evaluation Criteria for the submission of abstracts.
* There is no limit to the number of abstracts an author may submit.
Compliance to the specifications is imperative – any abstract that does not comply with these specifications will not be accepted for review and will be returned to you by the Congress Managers for resubmission.
Requirements for the Submission of Abstracts
All abstracts must contain original work that has no prior ownership or copyright restrictions. Abstracts may be from a range of categories, including original research, case studies, and insight or review articles.
All abstracts must be prepared in the format specified in the guidelines (listed below). Submissions will be returned to the author without review if not in the correct format and must be resubmitted immediately in the correct format to be reviewed and considered for inclusion in the program.
The presenting author must submit the abstract.
The presenter will be required to register and pay for the Congress to ensure their abstract(s) are included in the final program, Congress Proceedings and the Congress Mobile App
Do not resubmit an abstract for any reason other than a notified submission error. If you do not receive a submission confirmation email stating your abstract was successfully uploaded, please contact the Congress Managers.
Abstracts will be reviewed according to the evaluation criteria by the respective Scientific Program Committee (SPC).
The SPC may reject or accept the abstract and their decision is final. The SPC will allocate accepted abstracts into a particular presentation type. The SPC will consider the authors’ preferences in relation to presentation type, and these preferences will be balanced against number of oral presentations an individual is making, and the overall balance of content in a particular stream.
Authors will be asked to list the contact author within the text box as indicated. The contact author may be different to the presenting author
(e.g. supervisor).
Faxed or mailed hard-copy abstracts or abstracts sent on disk/CD will not be accepted.
Our abstract submission portal will format your abstract automatically. Authors are only required to upload the body of the abstract content (including images and any references/acknowledgements to be included) in an MS Word document (i.e. doc. or docx. file). Please enter your details as per the prompts in the submission portal.
Abstract Content
The purpose of the abstract is to define the precise subject of the presentation to an audience. The abstract should state the problem being addressed, the purpose of the paper, basic procedures/methods, main findings and principle conclusions in 2 – 3 paragraphs. References should be minimally cited in the body of the abstract. Authors are welcome to include an acknowledgements section that details (e.g.) any funding support for the research.
Title : Write the abstract title in the field provided using sentence case letters. The abstract title should be short, informative and contain the major key words. (Maximum 255 characters)
Authors/Co-Authors : ALL authors and affiliations must be listed within the text boxes as indicated on the abstract submission form.
Abstract : Prepare a word document including only the body of the abstract content, images/figures and references. Please note the following:
-  Abstract body content: Any standard font and size is accepted and there is a maximum of 500 words (i.e. 2 – 3 paragraphs).
-  Images: There are no limits to the number of images/figures that are included.
-  References: References in any format is accepted. These include, but is not limited to: Harvard, APA, MLA, etc.
DisclaimThe IMC19 Congress Managers will not be held responsible for abstract submissions not received via the website or for submission errors caused by internet service outages, hardware or software delays, power outages or unforeseen events.