2) SUBMISSION GUIDELINE
• All successfully submitted abstracts will be acknowledged with an electronic receipt with an abstract reference number, which should be quoted in all future correspondence. If you do not receive an acknowledgment within 48 hours after submission, please contact the Congress Secretariat at: firstname.lastname@example.org
• The Selection Committee strongly recommends that authors submit their abstracts as early as possible to avoid a last-minute rush and system congestion. When the abstract is submitted, it can still be revised until 30 March 2024. Kindly note that only the latest version will be reviewed.
• Late submissions will NOT be considered.
• Submitted abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the Selection Committee. The review process is confidential and the decision is final.
• Authors will be notified of the abstract selection results no later than 1 April 2024
• Authors may be given the option to change the format of their presentation as a condition for acceptance.
• The 14th AOTA Congress 2024 holds the copyright to all the materials presented at the Congress and may reproduce the materials in any form for distribution.
3) SUBMISSION TIMELINE
4) FREE PAPERS
• Please select the right category for the abstract.
• Free paper submissions include an oral presentation. Any accepted authors will need to present a talk of 8 (eight) minutes for the presentation, with an additional 2 (two) minutes for questions and answers with the judges and the audience
• Presentation materials should be in ppt or pptx format
• If ‘Free Paper’ is selected to be the first preference, and the secondary preference ‘E-Poster’ is chosen, authors will have the opportunity to have the abstract reviewed for e-poster presentation in the event that it is not accepted for free paper presentation.
• Author must upload the Papers to the congress system by 30 March 2024.
Before submission, please check:
• If the abstract has a concise, descriptive title;
• If the study has sufficient data leading to conclusive outcomes;
• If the abstract states clearly the purpose, methods, results and conclusions of the study;
• If the study is conducted in a methodologically correct way;
• If the abstract is proofread and/or edited by a native speaker of English;
• If the abstract is within the word limit;
• If financial disclosures for each of the authors are made.