The CAVAD 2014 Scientific Advisory Panel require authors to submit a one page abstract for each paper they wish to be considered for inclusion in the oral and/or poster programs during CAVAD 2014. The one page abstract should contain sufficient information for the committee to be able to make a valid decision as to the intrinsic merit of the paper and its relevance to the aims of the conference. Authors should indicate on the reply form whether they prefer oral or poster presentation and which session their abstract is intended for (from the topics outlined within the introduction). Proposals are also invited for panel discussions and special workshops – these special sessions may be scheduled during the daytime conference timetable or alternatively can be allocated as either breakfast or evening sessions.
The CAVAD 2014 Scientific Advisory Panel request that authors submit a structured abstract to include: purpose of study, methods, results and conclusion.
Abstract proposals should be sent for the attention of John Herriot at Meetings Management (CAVAD 2014 Conference Organisers). Authors should send their abstract(s) using the Call for Participation Reply Form or by e-mail to John Herriot (please attach abstracts as Word documents).
Closing date for submissions intended for oral presentation: Friday 28th February 2014. Authors will be informed of the status of their contribution(s) in March 2014. Closing date for submissions intended for poster presentation: Friday 1st August 2014.
Late-Breaker Oral and Poster Abstracts
The Scientific Advisory Panel have set an extended deadline for Late-Breaker Oral and Poster Abstracts of Monday 1st September 2014. Prospective authors should submit one page Word or one page PDF documents to the Conference Organizers (Meetings Management) for consideration.
Abstracts of all papers to be presented (oral and poster) will be included in a CD ROM which will be distributed to delegates on registration.
All non-invited speakers will be expected to register as delegates to CAVAD 2014. Registration will require speakers to pay a registration fee to attend the conference. Travel and accommodation expenses are the responsibility of each non-invited speaker and no direct compensation is awarded for speakers at CAVAD 2014. Your submission of an abstract testifies to the fact that you will accept these financial conditions.