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19TH WONCA EUROPE CONFERENCE

Centro de Congressos de Lisboa (CCL) * | Lisbon, PORTUGAL
From 80 to 680 EUR
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Title: 19TH WONCA EUROPE CONFERENCE
Specialty: , Neurology
Dates: From Jul, 2, 2014 to Jul, 5, 2014
Location: Lisbon, PORTUGAL
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 80 to 680 EUR
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Centro de Congressos de Lisboa (CCL) *

Lisbon, PORTUGAL Visit the Venue to read more
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Event Overview
Welcome message:

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

The city of Lisbon is ready to host the 19th Wonca Europe Conference in 2014. Under the theme "New Routes for General Practice and Family Medicine" Portuguese Association of General Practitioners - APMGF - is preparing a conference to explore the new trends of the specialty. General Practice and Family Medicine should renew itself, to guarantee its future. And therefore warranting peoples' health care and patient safety.
We need to assure that community health needs are fullled and GP's are satised with their work. The foundation of 21st century's health systems must be more than ever Primary Health Care.

The program will be related to 4 main areas: 
  • Innovation in primary care
  • The new generation of family doctors
  • Personalized and comprehensive care
  • Knowledge management
 
In 2014 APMGF will be 30 years old. We would very much like to commemorate the occasion together with our colleagues from all over Europe, and the world.
We want to celebrate the role of each family doctor in health systems. From Lisboa we would like to discover new routes for General Practice and Family Medicine.
 
Thank you,
 
João Sequeira Carlos
19th Wonca Europe Conference, President
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Accommodation
Accommodation:

 

Altis Belém

Doca do Bom Sucesso, Belém
1400-038 Lisboa

 

Single 230.00 €
Double 250.00 €
 
 

Dom Pedro Palace

Avenida Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, 24 
1070-109 Lisboa
Single 110.00 €
Double 130.00 €
 
 

Pestana Palace

Rua Jau, 54

1300-314 Lisboa

Single 170.00 €
Double 190.00 €
 
 

Sana EPIC Lisboa

Av. Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, 15
1070-100 Lisboa
Single 125.00 €
Double 145.00 €
 
 

3K Europa

Avenida da República, 93
1050-190 Lisboa
Single 80.00 €
Double 90.00 €
 
 

Flórida

Rua Duque de Palmela, 34
1250-098 Lisboa
Single 80.00 €
Double 90.00 €
 
 

Holiday Inn Continental

Rua Laura Alves, 9

1069-169 Lisboa

Single 80.00 €
Double 90.00 €
 
 

Sana Lisboa

Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo, 8
1069-310 Lisboa
Single 95.00 €
Double 105.00 €
 
 

Turim Ibéria

Av. 5 de Outubro, 160
1050-062 Lisboa
Single 100.00 €
Double 120.00 €
 
 

Vila Galé Opera

Travessa Conde da Ponte, Belém
1300-141 Lisboa
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Submission Info

Only abstracts submitted via the online submission platform will be accepted. Please note that the online submission platform is already closed.
We kindly suggest that you consult the guidelines below before entering the submission platform.
Download version available at the end of the page.

 

Abstracts Submission Instructions
  • Abstracts must be in English
  • Submitted abstracts must be original
  • Abstracts previously published or presented at an international scientific meeting cannot be submitted
  • Please select the appropriate format (oral, poster, workshop) and type (case report, practice, quality, research) of your presentation
  • The maximum length for the abstract title is 150 characters
  • The maximum length for the abstract body is 2.500 characters
  • Please indicate till six keywords (MeSH terms when available)
  • Table and/or pictures are not accepted as part of the abstract
  • Use only the formats available in the abstract submission form (fonts, alignment, etc.)

Abstract Acceptance Deadline
The deadline for abstract submission is 5 January 2014.

 
Competing interests
All authors should declare their competing interests in the abstract submission platform, namely support from any organisation for the submitted work, financial relationships with any organisations that might have an interest in the submitted work in the previous three years and/or relationships or activities that could appear to have influenced the submitted work.

 
Presentation format
Oral presentation can be made by using media resource, as PowerPoint or video, and has the maximum length of 10 minutes.
 
Poster presentation has to be done according to the exact dimension of 120cm x 90cm with vertical orientation, and should be readable at the distance of 1,5 meters.
 
Workshop is understood as a teaching and learning activity based on the interaction between facilitators and participants, that has the maximum length of 90 minutes.

 
Type of presentation
Please confirm the correct type of your presentation: case report, clinical practice, quality or research.

Case report is considered as a descriptive text of a clinical case that illustrates the improvement of clinical reasoning in diagnostic or therapeutic approach.

Practice is considered as a descriptive report of a professional or personal experience that has organizational or learning impact for family doctors.

Quality is understood as any research project or report of an assessment or intervention performed in primary care that has the main purpose to improve care provision and patient safety.

Research is defined as any original work that has been undertaken in family medicine or primary care by the use of qualitative or quantitative research methodology.

 
Abstract assessment criteria
Each abstract will be anonymously assessed by two reviewers, according to the following scoring grid:

Oral and poster presentations
Case report
Originality and relevance
Description of clinical setting
Scientific accuracy of the clinical description
Interpretation and implications for clinical practice
 
Practice
Originality and relevance
Description of the setting
Reflective thinking regarding the experience
Implications and consequences
 
Quality
Originality and relevance
Objectives definition
Description of the intervention
Definition and justification of the quality criteria
Description of the methods for assessing the intervention
Pertinence of conclusions
 
Research
Originality and relevance
Objectives definition
Population and sample definition
Variables and information gathering methods
Information analysis methods
Results, including descriptive and inferential statistics
Conclusions related to the study objectives

 
Workshop (abstracts for workshops are uniquely assessed by these criteria)
Justification and interest of the workshop
Learning goals
Methods
Expected impact on the participants
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