Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 May 2021
Abstract Acceptance Announcement: 9 June 2021
Payment Deadline for Accepted Abstracts: 1 July 2021
Congress Date: 23 - 24 July 2021
|Young Investigator Award||The Best Paper Award||Poster Presentation Award|
|1st Prize||RM 1,000||RM 1,000||RM 150|
|2nd Prize||RM 750||RM 750||RM 150|
|3rd Prize||RM 500||RM 500||RM 150|
|4th Prize||RM 300||RM 300|
|5th Prize||RM 300||RM 300|
1. Young Investigator Award (oral presentation):
The YIA is open to young doctors, dieticians, pharmacists aged 40 years and below as at 31 December 2021. Awards will be given based on innovation, originality and high impact on nephrology advances.
2. The Best Paper Award (oral presentation):
This award is open to paramedics, no age limit. Awards wil be given based on high-quality paper on nephrology research and clinical experiences.
3. Poster Presentation Award:
This award is open to all researches, no age limit. Awards will be given to submitted e-posters which have interesting research questions and findings in any related areas of nephrology.
The winners for all awards will be announced during the closing ceremony. Each winner will receive a certificate and cash prizes. The judges' decision will be final.
Category: Please select the category which BEST describes the content of your abstract. Categories are used for reviewing and indexing purposes.
Abstract Title: ALL IN CAPITAL LETTERS. The title is limited to 200 characters excluding spaces and should be brief and relevant. Special characters should NOT be used in your title but spelt out instead (e.g. α should be written as alpha, β as beta). Only use standard abbreviations in the title.
Authors and Affiliations: The first author listed must be the Presenting/Attending Author. Type the authors’ names in (first name - last name/surname) surname-last format and capitalised the first letter of each name; according to the format and example given. Authors’ affiliation should contain the name of institution, city and country. When more than one author is listed, use numbers (no need superscript) to match authors and institutions. Capitalise words only as required.
Please ensure that your abstract does not contain spelling, grammatical or scientific errors, as it will be produced in the abstract/programme book exactly as submitted.