Abstract Information 

Guide-to-writing-a-good-abstract.pdf

Call for abstracts will open soon and submissions will close on Thursday 30 April 2020. 


For ACNN National Conference Only: prior to submission of your oral or poster abstract please read these guidelines:

Abstracts MUST comprise the following elements:

  1. Title: The abstract title should be in Sentence case i.e. first letter capitalised: Not All Capitals

  2. Authors: Authors' names should be supplied in the surname-first format with first name initial only and should be in Sentence case i.e. first letter capitalised: Not All Capitals. Institutional affiliations should be indicated with superscript numbers following the author name. Please underline the presenting author.

  3. Affiliation: All affiliations should contain institution, city and country.

           Example: New, K1,2 & Ng, L2

           1 Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Australia; 2The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

       4. Abstract text:

          i. Only abstracts submitted in English will be reviewed. Abstracts should be checked for spelling and grammar before
            submission.

          ii. Abstracts will only be accepted on the template provided 

         iii.The body of the abstract must not exceed 250 words.

         iv. Abstracts must not use printing enhancements such as different fonts, underlining, italics (except for foreign words
            or scientific names where necessary)

  1. Pictures/diagrams/figures: Abstracts cannot include pictures/diagrams/figures.

If you would like to be considered for an award, please indicate online during submission of abstract.

    If you need assistance with writing or submitting your abstract please contact Dr Linda Ng at theprofessionalofficer@acnn.org.au


    Updated 1 November 2020