ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW OPEN
|Deadline of abstract submission||January 15th, 2019|
|Notification of accepted abstract||February 1st, 2019|
Abstracts submission for presentation at the 2nd Sound Hearing 2030 World Congress is now open. The Congress will be held in February 20th – 22rd, 2019 in The Stone Hotel in Legian, Bali, Indonesia. Colleagues all over the world are expected to come and join the “Sharing & Caring for Better Sustainable Ear & Hearing Care” to achieve the mission of Sound Hearing 2030.
At our most recent successful conference in New Delhi, India, (12-14 February 2015) delegates were came from many different countries.
- Barriers And Challenges In Accessing Ear And Hearing Care
- Emerging Risk Factors For Hearing Loss
- Global Opportunities for The Hearing Impaired
- Assessment Of Hearing Loss In Community Settings In Developed And Developing Countries
- Age Related Hearing Loss /Presbycusis/ Gerontology
- Upper Airway Diseases and Hearing Loss (Allergic Rhinitis, Rhinosinusitis, Tonsillitis, Adenoid Hypertrophic, GERD and others): Study, Prevention and Management
- Infectious Diseases of the Ear: Prevention & Management
- Congenital Hearing Loss
- Ototoxic Drugs and Hearing Loss (due to TB, Chemotherapy and others)
- Hearing Loss & Dementia: Emerging Evidence
- Otitis Media, Management & Challenges
- Operational Research In Ear And Hearing Care
- Modern Appropriate Technologies In Ear And Hearing Care
- Epidemiological Transition In Developed And Developing Countries
- Rehabilitation and care of hearing impaired using principles of CBR
- Early Hearing Detection & Intervention (Congenital, Teens/Young Adults, Vocational School, Workers and Others)
- Noise Induced Hearing Loss (in Recreation, Home, Vocational Schools, Less Noise City and others)
- Integrated Ear and Eye care
- Neonatal & Infants Ear & Hearing Screening: Strategies for Ear & Hearing Care
- Congenital Rubella Syndrome (Preventive & Intervention)
- Indicators & Tools For Ear & Hearing Care
- World Hearing Day: A Global Advocacy Initiative
- Make Listening Safe Initiative
- Role Of Regional Collaborations In Promoting Ear & Hearing Care
- Country Action To Promote Ear & Hearing Care
- Healthy Ear District
- Strategies For Inclusion Of Persons With Hearing Loss
- Hearing Aid
- Cochlear Implant
- Ear And Hearing Care National Strategies: Approaches And Current Practices
Abstract Submission Guidelines Submission Process
The abstracts can be submitted via online through the Congress official website at Ina-soundhearing2019.org or per email to the secretariat of the congress: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract Submission Deadline:
All abstracts must be submitted before/on January 15th, 2019
- Abstract is the original work of the author(s). Abstract that has been submitted somewhere else will not be accepted. Abstracts previously submitted for publication or submitted, accepted or presented at other medical meetings will not be accepted.
- Abstract can contain strategy, advocacy, community engagement, training or education, technology, research, data analyses, review, best practices, or a rare and/or difficult case series/single case report or other.
- Abstract format must include the following items:
- Title: must contain with maximum 20 words.
- Word Count: should be limited to 250 words including subheadings.
- Structure: must include the four subheading
- Introduction– A brief statement on the purpose of the study and the current state of research in the field. Maximum 2 sentences
- Methods– The methods of study must be defined briefly and consist of at least, study design, subject, data collection procedure, and data analyses.
- Results– A summary of the study results, including sufficient details to support the conclusions.
- Conclusion– A statement describing the significance of the work and its implications for further research and/or public health.
- Abstracts must be prepared exclusively in good English, correct spelling and grammar.
- Abstracts should be submitted in Microsoft Word format only, must not contain tables, pictures or diagrams. All abbreviations must be spelled out on first use. References should not be included in abstract.
- Author(s)’s should include name of author(s) and their affiliation(s). The name of the author who will present the poster or oral presentation should be underlined. Author(s) should be responsible for providing the correct name of the author and co-author(s). Name should be based on Last Name and Initials. Example: Agarwal AK, Suwento R, Garg S. Submitter can submit up to three abstracts.
- Please ensure that your e-mail address is accurate at the time of submission. Should the corresponding author’s email address change after the submission deadline, please notify us at email@example.com.
- Only presenters of selected abstracts who are fully registered and paid will have their abstracts included in the final program book.
- Please indicate your preference for presentation (oral or poster), however you may be requested to change your oral presentation into a poster. This will be informed to you.