Call for proposals / abstracts is now open for the 22nd National Health Sciences Research Symposium to be held at the Aga Khan University in Karachi from November 15-17, 2019. This year’s theme is ‘Antimicrobial resistance: an opportunity to transform global health’.
Please organize your abstract to highlight learning outcomes, target audience, methodology and conclusion.
Below are the instructions specific to your submission category.
Submission deadline: Monday, July 1, 2019
The workshop proposal should be skill-based, offered for up to 20-30 people. Proposals that follow a multidisciplinary approach would be preferred for acceptance. Your proposal should address the following:
- Title of workshop
- Objectives and learning outcomes
- Target audience
- Skill that the participants will gain
- Methodology; hands-on (wet laboratory work) vs. interactive
- Detailed workshop programme
- Duration of workshop
- Details of logistical arrangement
- Availability of funding
- Availability of venue
What is Ignite?
“Enlighten us, but make it quick!” is the entire gist of the worldwide Ignite event. You get to present your narrative/idea/innovation in five minutes, accompanied by a slide presentation exactly 20 slides long, with one catch: each slide auto-forwards every 15 seconds!
What do you have to do to for Ignite?
- Indicate that your abstract should be considered for CCIT’s Ignite.
- Give your abstract a catchy and meaningful title (10-12 words); the abstract should not exceed 300 words.
- Your creative/innovative story/idea must be relevant to Antimicrobial Resistance.
If your abstract is selected for Ignite then we will assist you further
Suggestion: watch a few videos and review some abstracts on our Facebook page prior to drafting your own.
Please follow submission guidelines for oral and poster presentations
- You may submit as many abstracts as you like as a presenter or first author.
- Each abstract should consist of work done in the last three years (unpublished, presented, in process work will be preferred).
- Submissions are welcome from the full spectrum of scientific research including prospective studies, retrospective studies, case series, case reports and imaging (radiological, clinical and pathological).
- Fellows, residents and students are highly encouraged to participate.