for Abstract Submission - READ CAREFULLY
To submit an abstract, follow
1- Register for the congress. Note
that it is not necessary to pay when you register. Payment can be made
after notification of abstract acceptance.
2- Enter the restricted area of the website using the login and
password with which you registered. Additional menus (in yellow) will
be shown on the left.
3- Click on “My abstracts”.
4- Follow the instructions to access the abstract submission form.
Fill-in all the blanks on the online registration form.
5- Before submitting your abstract, proofread it carefully, as no
changes will be permitted after it is submitted.
6- Choose one of the options: (1) Poster only; (2) Decision of the
7- When you finish submission of your abstracts, click
8- For future access, inform your login and password. If
you forgot them, use the “forgot password” option
on the top of the page.
• Payment for registration must be made by May 30, 2008.
• A maximum of two (2) abstracts will be accepted per congress
participant as first author. There is no limit for abstract
• Abstracts will be accepted only via the official Congress
• Oral or poster presentations will take place in specific
areas for both official languages of the Congress (English and
Portuguese). There will be no translation in these sessions.
• Abstracts will be accepted in Spanish only in exceptional
• Only one (1) certificate will be granted per abstract.
Instructions for Abstract Preparation
should not exceed 2400 characters including spaces;
• The abstract should be objective and concise, with
information organized in the following suggested headings:
Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusion;
• The content of the abstract should be related to the
selected theme (see list of themes below);
• The use of figures or tables is not permitted;
• Abstracts containing results based on statements such as
“results to be presented” or “data to be
analyzed” will not be accepted.
Dissemination and transfer of
disciplines: interdisciplinary and intersectoral approaches
services, planning and management
violence and injuries
of natural and
and adolescent health
• Ethics in
of health systems,
policies, programs and services
• Genetic and
• Health and
Infectious and parasitic
• AIDS and
re-emergente infecious diseases
• Mental health
• Methods and