You are invited to submit an abstract/s to be reviewed for inclusion in the virtual meeting as either an oral or ePoster presentation.
Due to time constraints, a limited number of oral and ePoster presentations are available for the virtual meeting in 2021. The final oral and ePoster program will be based upon the number of submissions received and the review scores.
Abstract submission closed at 17:00 EAST Friday 8th January 2021.
Authors will be notified of the outcome on Monday 11th January 2020.
Successful presenters are required to register for the meeting and must pay the appropriate registration fee. The registration deadline for presenters is Friday 22 January 2020.
Instructions to Authors
Before proceeding to submit your abstract, please read the following author instructions to ensure you have all of the information that will be needed to complete the submission process. Please pay particular attention to these instructions as abstracts that do not conform will not be accepted by the editors.
There is no formal word limit, but abstracts should fit on a single page in Arial size 10 font with a standard page margin (2 cm). This single page limit includes figures and relevant references.
Oral resentation: a 10 minute oral presentation followed by 5 minutes of questions. A pre-recorded presentation is preferred over a live presentation to avoid technical difficulties. Question time will be live.
There is limited space for oral presentations. Accepted abstracts will be prioritised in the order received and a review panel. If there are no remaining oral presentation times available, the authors will be notified and encouraged to present an ePoster.
ePoster Presentation: Presenters will deliver a short 3 minute talk be pre-recorded and answer questions from the audience during a specified poster session. Your virtual poster will be one (1) PowerPoint slide. Your ePoster should contain predominately graphics, images, tables etc rather than large amounts of text.
Rest assured that you will continue to hold all rights to your abstract and may request PAGANZ to remove your abstract from the website at any time. However, once published, there can be no assurances that copies of your abstract will not exist in archives external to PAGANZ.