How to write an ICS/IUGA conference abstract.
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SourceInternational Urogynecology Journal, 21, 5, (2010), pp. 509-513
1 mei 2010
Article / Letter to editor
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International Urogynecology Journal
SubjectNCEBP 12: Human Reproduction; NCEBP 12: Human Reproduction
INTRODUCTION: This article aims to condense the lectures and discussions from workshops on good reporting at IUGA Como 2009 and ICS San Francisco 2009, providing practical advice for the novice researcher summarising their data for the first time. CONCLUSIONS: Drafting an abstract can be a time consuming process. Formal guidance, such as CONSORT and STROBE, exists for the kinds of information that should be included regarding almost all designs of clinical trials. Follow the abstract submission rules closely to avoid outright rejection. Plan to highlight the novelty, scientific merit and clinical impact of the work. Try not to overstate the importance of the findings. Do not forget to publish the work in a peer reviewed journal.
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