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 Womens 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- Late-breaking abstracts will not be published in the printed abstract book.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 is closed
Deadline for abstracts to be submitted for ISOM/MOMS is closed