Abstract Submission for ISSHP and ISOM

Guidelines for Abstract Submission
  • You do not need to be a member of the ISSHP or ISOM to submit an abstract.
  • Abstracts need to be structured into: Introduction, Objective/hypothesis, methods, results, discussion
  • Four (4) Keywords for each abstract need to be included.
  • You are allotted 300 words, excluding Abstract Title, Authors/Institutions.
  • If accepted for presentation at the meeting, the abstract will be published in a special issue of "Pregnancy Hypertension. An international Journal of Women’s Cardiovascular Health”.  The Editors reserve the right to edit abstracts containing grammatical errors.
  • Each submitted abstract will be reviewed by 2-3 expert reviewers and scored according to criteria described below. 
Evaluation of abstracts will be based on the following considerations:
a. Originality/Innovation: Is the work new and innovative?
b. Significance/Relevance. Is the research question, hypothesis or aim relevant or new?
c. Objective/Hypothesis: Is an aim, research question and/or hypothesis stated?
d. Methods: Are the methods described well? Are the methods employed appropriate to the research question? 
e. Results: Are the results described clearly? Are appropriate statistics used?
f. Discussion: Are the conclusions supported by the data
ISSHP Late breaking abstract conditions: 
  • Two or three late breaking abstracts may be considered for an oral presentation, the other late breaking abstracts may be considered for a poster presentation.
  • Late-breaking abstracts will not be published in the printed abstract book. They will be published in the program book and on the website
  • Late breaking abstracts cannot contain data already accepted for publication in any online system at the time of abstract submission
Abstract submission for late breaking abstracts for ISSHP = open now!
Deadline July 8th 2018

 Deadline for abstracts to be submitted for ISOM/MOMS is closed

Please upload your abstract HERE