The scientific presentations of the Congress include four types of formats*, and Oral communications and Poster only, are subject to premium.

* Plenary; Keynote; Oral communication; Poster.

The work, candidates for prize (Oral communication and Poster) must be original. The prior presentation of the work in other scientific events is exclusion criterion. 

Are considered scientific presentations, laboratory experiments and animal studies, epidemiological studies, clinical trials and systematic review, as well as case study (clinical) or series of cases (clinical trials).

All authors of scientific presentations involving biomedical research on human subjects, will be responsible for the adoption of the highest ethical principles, in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki;

Presentations for Plenary sessions, Keynotes and Oral Communications must / should be delivered on the day of the session at the following times:

7:30 – Morning session, beginning at 09:00

12:30 – Afternoon session starting at 2:30 p.m.

Presenters who want to test the presentations should do so in the respective auditorium of their presentation and may occupy for the following hours: 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., as they are spoken in the morning or afternoon. We alert for the fact that there is a constant presence in the place.

The submitting authors will be notified that at 1 minute before the end of their presentation, they will have to finish it, in this period of time. After that time, your presentation will be interrupted, in order to respect the smooth running of the Congress. The element responsible for this action must be sure that the speaker has seen his warning signal.

Each Plenary session will have a time of 30 minutes, including discussion (25 min presentation + 5 min discussion);

Each Keynote will usually have a time of 20 minutes, including discussion (15min + 5min);

The session moderators will also be advised of the control of their time, regarding the discussion of the work, OR 1 minute after the end of the discussion will also be informed.

Each Oral Communication will have a time of 10 minutes, including discussion (7 minutes of presentation + 3 minutes discussion);

Posters have a maximum size of A0 – portrait (approx. 85 X 115 cm)

Regarding the posters, we must say that they will be posted by the author in the place indicated by the Congress Organization and that they must be exhibited throughout the congress period (being delivered to Dr. Ines Gomes on June 19 between 2:30 p.m. at 9:00 p.m.). The poster session will take place on 21.06 (see program). The author should remain with the poster during this session.

All posters will be affixed exclusively with sticker provided by the organization to not damage the walls.

After the poster session, the poster must be affixed until the end of the Congress and on that day (22.06) removed, by its author. The organization of the congress is not responsible, for the works that were posted, after the end of day 22.06.