Abstract Submission

Updates for Abstract Submitters to the 12th World Congress on Brain Injury

 

Abstracts that were submitted by the November 7th deadline have been graded, and acceptance notifications were sent via e-mail in December.

A second notification was sent on January 17th to notify poster submitters of their allocations.

A final notification was sent on January 25th to notify oral submitters of their allocation, their presentation date and time, and additional information about continuing education requirements for oral presenters.

Late Breaking abstracts that were submitted by the January 9th deadline (for consideration as a rapid report or poster) were notified on February 1st for posters and February 2nd for Rapid Reports.. 

IBIA welcomes the submission of abstracts on pediatric and adult brain injury on the topics listed below. To facilitate the review process, five abstract categories have been developed for the 12th World Congress on Brain Injury.

  • Neurotrauma – basic research
  • Neurotrauma – case reports, case series, observational studies, treatment studies
  • Neurotrauma – epidemiology, health services, and outcomes research
  • Neurotrauma – prevention, public health, and public policy
  • Vascular Brain Injury – prevention, public health, and public policy
  • Vascular Brain Injury – epidemiology, health services, and outcomes research
  • Vascular Brain Injury – case reports, case series, observational studies, treatment studies
  • Vascular Brain Injury – basic research
  • Acquired Brain Injury* – basic research
  • Acquired Brain Injury – case reports, case series, observational studies, treatment studies
  • Acquired Brain Injury – epidemiology, health services, and outcomes research
  • Acquired Brain Injury – prevention, public health, and public policy
  • Neurotechnology – basic research
  • Neurotechnology – clinical research/applications
  • Neurorehabilitation – basic research
  • Neurorehabilitation – case reports, case series, observational studies, treatment studies
  • Neurorehabilitation – activities and participation (including family and caregiver considerations)
  • Neurorehabilitation – epidemiology, health services, and outcomes research
  • Neurorehabilitation – prevention, public health, and public policy

*Acquired Brain Injury: for the purposes of these submission categories, ‘acquired brain injury’ encompasses all brain injuries not better classified as traumatic or vascular

Submission

The regular abstract submission portal closed on November 7, 2016. The abstract portal for late breaking submissions closed on January 9, 2017.

Submissions must be data-driven or assessment/treatment model descriptions.

WORD LIMIT
The abstract word limit is 450 words with English characters; if you use accents, umlauts, etc., the abstract will count them as additional words (please use the Special Characters keyboard).

Review Process

The International Planning Committee will review and determine which abstracts receive awards, as well as the most appropriate presentation format (oral or poster) for each accepted abstract.

Awards will be given to the top scoring abstracts submitted in each of the main categories. For details on Abstract Awards, click here.

Accepted abstracts will be published in a supplemental issue of IBIA’s official journal, Brain Injury.

Questions?

If you have questions or need assistance, please us at:

Email: congress@internationalbrain.org
Telephone: 713.526.6900

 

 

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