Evaluation criteria

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Abstract Review Committee

All abstracts will be reviewed after 13 February 2017 by the Abstract Review Committee which reserves the right to accept and reject abstracts for inclusion in the programme. The decision will depend on appropriate use of language and terminology, importance and originality, materials and methods, conclusions, and results of your study. The decision of the Abstract Review Committee is final.

Conference Jury Committee

The following criteria will be used for evaluation of student works by the Jury Committee in the Conference on 5 April. Maximum score: 16 points.

 

Evaluation criteria
Oral or poster presentation
Case report or small case series
  • Importance and originality (0-3 pts)

  • Methods and materials (0-2 pts)

  • Conclusions and results (0-4 pts)

  • Presentation (0-3 pts)

  • Discussion (0-3 pts)

  • Time limit (0-1 pts)

  • Importance and originality (0-3 pts)

  • Clinical case(s) (0-3 pts)

  • Conclusions (0-3 pts)

  • Presentation (0-3 pts)

  • Discussion (0-3 pts)

  • Time limit (0-1 pts)

 

Three works with the highest average score in each session (both oral and poster) will be awarded.