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13TH CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CONTRACEPTION & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (ESC)

Pestana Palace Hotel * | Lisbon, PORTUGAL
From 100 to 500 EUR
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Title: 13TH CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CONTRACEPTION & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (ESC)
Specialty: , Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dates: From May, 28, 2014 to May, 31, 2014
Location: Lisbon, PORTUGAL
Type: Congress
Registration Cost: From 100 to 500 EUR
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Event Overview
Welcome message:

Dear colleagues

It is with great pleasure that we announce that the 13th Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health will take place in Lisbon from 28 to 31 May, 2014.

The main objective of Reproductive Health is that the population has a safe and satisfactory sexual life as well as the capacity to decide when and how often to have children. Despite the enormous progress in the access to safe contraception, it is estimated that more than 120 million women throughout the world wish to avoid pregnancy but do not practice effective contraception. There are many reasons for this: the healthcare services do not provide adequate support, information and methods of contraception are still not available in many places or, options are limited. 

Portugal was one of the last countries to legalize abortion and since then the mortality and morbidity regarding abortion is decreasing. We are an example of how a society can change.

At the Lisbon 13th ESC Congress whose theme is “Challenges in Sexual and Reproductive Health”, we propose to present and discuss the latest scientific information and knowledge regarding contraception as well as to promote the right of each individual’s access to adequate health services and to be informed of methods of family planning.

Lisbon is a city that combines the charms of olden times with modern state-of-the-art facilities. Here, you can enjoy visits to historical monuments, exciting cultural events, superb traditional cuisine amidst all the comforts of a modern city.

The proverbial warm and spontaneous hospitality of the city’s inhabitants together with its gentle climate will combine to offer you a very warm reception to what promises to be a highly productive and very enjoyable and successful meeting.

Save the date of this event and come to Lisbon.

Best wishes,
Teresa Bombas

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Mundiconvenius 
Avenida 5 de Outubro, 53-2 
1050 - 048 Lisboa Portugal 
T (+351) 21 315 51 35 
F (+351) 21 355 80 02 
E-mail:  esc2014@mundiconvenius.pt 

 

StarsHotelLocationSingle roomDouble room
5* Pestana Palace Hotel Walking distance 180 Eur 185 Eur
5* Real Palácio Hotel City Center 100 Eur 110 Eur
4* Vila Galé Hotel Walking distance 170 Eur 170 Eur
4* Marquês de Pombal Hotel City center 102 Eur 114 Eur
4* Fénix Urban City center 85 Eur 95 Eur
3* SANA Capitol City center 90 Eur 100 Eur
3* American Diamonds City center 100 Eur 140 Eur
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Submission Info

Authors must select one topic from the list which best describes the content of their submitted abstract:

Abortion 
Barrier methods 
Contraception in adolescence 
Contraception in medical conditions and disability 
Contraception in premenopausal women 
Contraception in socially disadvantaged groups 
Culture, religion, reproduction and sexuality 
Delivery of sexual and reproductive health care 
Diversity and sexual/reproductive health (SRH) in multicultural Europe 
Education and training for family planning professionals 
Emergency contraception 
Gender issues in sexual and reproductive health 
Hormonal contraception 
Intrauterine contraception 
Long-acting reversible contraceptive methods 
Male contraception 
New contraceptive methods 
Natural Family Planning methods 
Non-contraceptive benefits of contraceptive methods 
Postpartum contraception 
Role of midlevel providers 
Sexual and contraceptive behaviour 
Sexual dysfunction 
Sexual health education 
Sexually Transmitted Infections 
Side effects and risks of contraceptives 
Sterilisation: male and female 
Tailor made bleeding patterns in contraception 
Miscellaneous

Editorial Guidelines for Presented Content:
Procedure and general policy
  • Original scientific material is welcome and should not have been previously published.
  • Abstracts presented at local, regional or national meetings may be submitted.
  • Abstracts must reach the online system not later than 1 December 2013. Receipt of the abstract will be confirmed.
  • Any person submitting an abstract can only be the first author for two abstracts.
  • Authors will need to indicate their preference on the online form: oral communication only, poster only, either oral or poster.
  • Authors who wish their abstract to be considered for the best free communication or best poster award or/and for presentation during the Young Scientist session, should indicate this on the online submission form.
  • Abstracts will be evaluated (blind) by at least one referee.
  • Confirmation of acceptance or rejection by the Scientific Committee will be mailed to the author. Detailed practical information regarding the presentation will be included in the confirmation.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts of the Congress, Supplement of the European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care.
  • Authors are urged, if not native English speakers, to have their abstract read and corrected by someone mastering that language. The writing style of the abstract will be checked by the publisher and the necessary amendments made. In view of the deadline for publication, it will not be possible to submit the aforementioned amendments to authors' approval.
  • Presenting authors, whose abstracts are accepted for presentation, must register for the congress and pay the (early) registration fee. In the case of 'no show' at the time of the congress, the author may be blacklisted for the next congress.
How to submit an abstract?
  1. Abstracts can only be submitted electronically through the online system. Hard copy abstracts (sent by fax, email or post) will NOT be considered.
  2. As a first step, you need to register as a first time user. The system will ask you to enter your name and contact details and to create a personal password.
  3. Log in to the submission system. To log in, enter your email address and the password you chose when you first registered with the system (see 2).
  4. When you click the "log in" button you will be taken to a screen from which the submission process starts. Please read the instructions on this screen carefully. If you have not yet submitted an abstract to the system you should click the link that says "Click here to submit a new abstract".
  5. Should you want to submit several abstracts, you have to login each time you want to submit an abstract.
  6. Please contact the administrator by email (nancy.habils@escrh.eu) if you have any problem with this process.
Typing and other instructions
  • Abstracts must be written in English.
  • The abstract must fit into the abstract frame (max. 400 words).
  • Type the title of the abstract in the first textbox.
  • Do not enter names of authors or affiliations in the abstract template as your abstract needs to remain unidentified (blinded) to the reviewers. As you will need to enter this information elsewhere online, the system will make the correct link between your name etc. and your abstract.
  • Preferably do not include references.
  • The text of the abstract should briefly state:

    Objective(s): indicate the purpose of the study or the hypothesis that was tested.
    Design & Methods: include the setting for the study, the subjects (number and type), the diagnosis or intervention, and statistical analysis.
    Results: present as clearly as possible the outcome of the study and statistical significance if appropriate.
    Conclusions: briefly discuss the data and emphasise the significance of the results.

  • Type the text of the abstract using the full width of the document.
  • Avoid the use of symbols.
  • Standard abbreviations are accepted in the text. Unusual ones should be in brackets after the word first appears. Do not use abbreviations in the title.
  • Please ensure that your abstract does not contain any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific facts.
  • You will be asked to declare any conflict of interest.
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Contact: Nancy Habils , ESC Central Office

Phone: 011-32-2-582-0852

Fax: 011-32-2-582-5515

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