13 Dec 2020 Course Start Date
14 Dec 2020 Scientific Program Start Date
19 Dec 2020 Congress Closing Session
19 Dec 2020 Post Congress Course
Abstract Submission Deadline: November 30, 2020 23:59
Abstract Submission Guideline
1- General Terms
Abstracts will be submitted online through congress website and the submission will start on 9 October 2020. Click to start submission. After the submission, you can follow the process and check your submitted abstract via this online system by using your user information.
The abstracts which are previously published in any national or international journals will not be accepted. The abstracts which are presented in national or international congresses and meetings in last 2 years except HASUDER’s, will be accepted on the condition that the presentation location and date info is included.
The abstracts shall be written by following the Author Guideline below.
All submitted abstracts will be evaluated but for the publication of the accepted abstract in the congress book, at least one of the authors is required to apply for congress registration and pay the registration fee before 30 November 2020. Otherwise the abstract will not be published in the congress book.
During the submission you can see the preview of your abstract on 9th step and after the final check you can submit on 10th step. If you need any further information or support, please contact organizing secretariat.
Abstract submission deadline is 30 November 2020. The deadline for submission of the full text of accepted oral presentations is also 30 November 2020.
The abstract content shall be in the field of public health. The main topics are as follows:
1. Basic public health
2. Health managements
4. Health systems and economy
5. Health cities
6. Demographics and health
7. Health anthropology and sociology
8. Health life and improving health
9. Health education
10. Environment, climate and health
11. Public nutrition
12. Elderly health
13. Infectious diseases and immunization
14. Unusual cases
15. Accidents and injuries
16. War, immigration and public health
17. Peproductive health / Women health
18. Child and adolescent health
19. Non-infectious diseases and loss of competence
20. Public mental health
21. Occupational health
22. Health policies
23. Health human resource
24. Oral and dental health
25. Controlling addictive substances (Tobacco, alcohol etc.)
26. Disadvantage groups
27. Global health /International Health
28. Digital health
29. Other titles in public health
30. Postgraduate Public Health Education
With the abstract submission, the authors do automatically accept the electronic publication of their abstract(s) in congress book and the websites that belong to HASUDER.
2- Abstract type
The content of the ''abstract'' can be quantitative or qualitative researches or review researches.
3- Presentation type
Abstracts can be presented online as poster or oral. During the submission the presentation type shall be selected as either poster or oral. But it should be considered that all oral presentation applications may not be accepted due to the limited time allotted for oral presentation session. So if not accepted as oral presentation, the oral abstract applications shall be evaluated as poster presentation.
The abstract holders will be emailed about the evaluation results until 4 December 2020 and the same announcements will be added on congress website including the accepted presentation types. The abstracts which are evaluated by the Scientific Advisory Committee but not accepted for presentation will be also updated with the evaluation results by email.
Abstracts accepted as poster will be presented as e-poster and the questions about the e-poster can be emailed to the presenter. The e-posters are required to be prepared according to the abstract preparation guideline (introduction and aim, methodology, findings, conclusion and recommendations, resources).
The allotted time for each oral presentation is 10 minutes (8 min for presentation and 2 min for Q&A). Presentations shall be prepared according to the abstract preparation guideline and shall have maximum 10 slides. The full text version of the accepted abstracts can be published in congress book on authors’ wish.
4- Ethics Committee
Scientific/clinical ethics committee approval status must be specified in the abstract texts (abstract, complete).
Each abstract will be evaluated at least by two reviewers from the Congress Scientific Advisory Committee. The evaluation shall be conducted according to standard evaluations forms by considering the abstract content; quantitative or qualitative. The final decision (acceptance/revision/rejection) will be taken as a result of the reviewers and editors evaluation. The abstracts which require revision shall make necessary changes and re-submit in one week following the revision request. The revision required abstracts shall send the updated abstract body in word file by activating ‘’Track Changes’’. The authors hold the responsibility of not putting any specific information pointing out the authors or the institutions in the abstract or full text.
Review abstract, will only be evaluated if the abstract is written by at least one author specialized and experienced on the subject and has at least 3 publications one of which in minimum is published on journal indexed internally. During the submission, the authors shall state the copyright information of these three abstracts.
Abstract body shall not exceed 400 words and tables, figures, images and resources shall not be included.
Abstract title shall be clear and short as possible and matching the content of the abstract. The whole title should be maximum 99 characters including the spaces. Any abbreviations shall not be used in the title.
Author name(s) shall be written only first letters in capital and without titles on relevant page of the online submission. The author institutions shall be written clearly, abbreviations shall not be used. The institution names shall not be included in abstract body.
The abstract body shall be composed of four parts; ‘’Introduction and Aim’’, ‘’Methodology’’, ‘’Findings’’ and ‘’Conclusion and Recommendations’’. In Introduction and Aim’’ part, why this research is required and what the aim of this study are, must be clearly indicated. In ‘’Methodology’’ part research type, location, time, character details, inclusion criteria of the cases, samples, dependent and independent variables, used tools and measurement standards, accuracy and credibility of the measurement tools, names of the used statistical methods, details of held process in terms of research ethics must be clearly indicated.
In ‘’Findings’’ partthe findings achieved at the end of the research shall be indicated clearly and objectively by considering the hypothesis and research questions.
In ‘’Conclusion and Recommendations’’ part, the outcome reached as a result of the findings shall be indicated in a few sentences. Farfetched outcomes beyond the findings of the research shall be avoided and new questions and positive recommendations shall be indicated. The number of keywords shall be minimum 3i maximum 5.
If the research is financial supported, this information shall be clearly stated. If there is any conflict of interest between the author(s) and anyinstitution or company connecting to this study, it shall be clearly stated as footnote in the abstract.
The full text of the accepted oral presentations can be published in congress book upon the authors’ will. In that case the full texts will be reevaluated by the editos.
The full text files shall be prepared according to the guideline below.
Full Text Guideline
The full text shall be written in MS Word (docx) file in vertical A4 size (21 cm x 29.7 cm) with 2,5 cm margins on each side.
The font shall be Times New Roman and type size shall be 12. The text shall be written using single line spacing and single line in paragraph spacing.
For the oral presentations in which first the abstracts is accepted then the full text file is submitted; the authors’ names and institutions shall be written with only first letters in capital (without author titles) under the full text titles.
The parts of the full text shall be as follows:
Abstract in accordance with abstract guideline above
Keywords minimum 3, maximum 5
Introduction, Methodology, Findings, Discussion, conclusion and Recommendations, Resources
The main body excluding the abstract but including the other parts shall be minimum 1.500 words and maximum 2.500 words. Maximum 2 tables or images are allowed to be included while maximum 10 resources can be added. The tables and images shall be numbered sequential.
First degree part titles shall be written bold and capital while other sub-titles shall be bold but only first letters in capital. The resources within the text body shall be written in superscript according to the order in the text. If the resource has 6 or less authors, all the names shall be stated. If the resource has 7 or more authors, only the first three authors shall be stated and the other shall be mentioned as ‘’and friends’’. For journal Index Medicus abbreviations shall be used. The articles under evaluation phase cannot be used as resource but only can be referred in the text body. Personal comments and thought can be referred in the text if the resource person, date and contact information (email address if possible) is stated clearly. The resources shall be limited in accordance with International Committee Of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). While defining the keywords, please use Turkey Science Terms for Turkish and Index Medicus Medical Subject Headings for English.
Examples for Resource Citation
Stephane A. Management of Congenital Cholesteatoma with OtoendoscopicSurgery:CaseReport.TurkiyeKlinikleri J Med Sci 2010;30(2):803-807.
UNICEF. State of the World's Children. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Phillips SJ, Whisnant JP. Hypertension and stroke. In: Laragh JH, Brenner BM, editors. Hypertension: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and management. 2nd ed. New York: Raven Press; 1995. p. 465-478.
Onlien book or website
Garrow A, Winhouse G. Anoxic brain injury: assessment and prognosis. In: Up To Date Cardiovascular Medicine [online]. Available at: www.UpToDateInc.com/card. Accessed February 22, 2000.
Prof. Dr. İskender GÜN – Editor in Cheif – Erciyes University, Kayseri
Prof. Dr. Mustafa TÖZÜN – Katip Çelebi University, İzmir
Doç. Dr. Hatice Şimşek KESKİN – Dokuz Eylül University, İzmit
Doç. Dr. Figen DEMİR – Acıbadem University, İstanbul
Doç. Dr. Mehmet UYAR – Necmettin Erbakan University, Konya