1st Congress of Joint European Neonatal Societies
Hungexpo #Budapest, HUNGARY
We warmly invite you to be part of an exciting and extraordinary event in neonatology – the premier jENS Congress. For the first time in our history, we will combine the strengths of our different European neonatal societies, the Hungarian national society and the patients as our partners.
The closer we connect, the stronger we will be. jENS 2015 will deliver on this objective, helping us to catalyse change, bringing together and bridging perspectives from various disciplines to meet the challenge of providing multi-disciplinary, high-quality care for the newborn in the critical care environment while placing the families in the centre of our work.
jENS will bring together thousands of participants from many countries across Europe and around the world to discuss emerging science, share best practice and knowledge and to learn from experts and explore new tools and technologies. A top-ranked faculty of invited speakers who are all well-known international experts in their field will participate by presenting and chairing sessions. Information will be shared on practice and research issues, standards of care, and educational opportunities. Networking and communication with other professional organisations are promoted.
Join us at a congress that will better prepare us to take on the challenge to further improve the best start in life. We look forward to welcoming you on September 15th-20th 2015 at the first ever jENS Congress in Budapest, Hungaria.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Albertirsai út 10. City: Budapest. State: Postcode: H-1101
We welcome abstracts on all topics of relevance for paediatric research or for clinical practice in neonatology. We will host a program that includes basic science, epidemiology, clinical investigation, trials, organisation of care, quality improvement, and professional training and education.
Every abstract will be peer-reviewed. The reviewers are appointed by ESN Council, the ESPR sections (Brain and Development, Pulmonology, Circulation, Oxygen Transport and Haematology Nutrition and Gastroenterology, Epidemiology, Pharmacology, Other) and UENPS. Please try to fit your abstract into one of the specific topics. This will help us making an interesting conference programme.
We will accept all well-written abstracts that have a general interest regarding the topic in question, the methodology, or the results. In particular we welcome abstracts reporting on the process of large clinical trials of methodological interest, such as clinical protocols, ethical or organisational issues, pilot data, quality control, or plans for statistical analysis.
The decision on acceptance and the preliminary program will be made by the scientific committee during their meeting on June, year. Final acceptance depends on registration for the conference by one of the authors.
All accepted abstracts must be presented and discussed. There will be two formats. Oral presentation will consist of 10 minutes presentation and 5 min discussion. Poster presentation will consist of 2 min for presentation and 3 min for discussion. Furthermore, posters must hang during the entire conference for reference and ad hoc discussion.
Please note that the abstract needs to be structured, and to include the following sections:
a) Introduction - 700 characters including spaces
b) Materials and Methods - 800 characters including spaces
c) Results - 900 characters including spaces
d) Conclusion - 450 characters including spaces
Case reports constitute an exception to this, and these should include the following sections:
a) Introduction- 700 characters including spaces
b) Case report - no limits
c) Conclusion - 450 characters including spaces
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