CALL FOR ABSTRACTS


ABSTRACTS submission website is now CLOSED !


 

KEY DATES

Abstracts submission opening: October 22th, 2015
Abstracts submission deadline: January, 15th, 2016, Midnight, CET
Abstracts submission deadline extension: January, 25th, 2016, Midnight, CET
 

PRESENTATION OF ABSTRACTS

Abstracts can be accepted either as poster or oral presentation. A preference for poster presentation can be indicated. If your abstract is accepted as a poster, you will be requested to be available for discussion during the corresponding poster viewing sessions.

PUBLICATION

Dermatology Pediatric 

 

 

CONGRESS REGISTRATION and ATTENDANCE

Submission of an abstract does not constitute registration for the Congress. Submission of an abstract implies the commitment that if abstract is accepted, the presenting author will attend the meeting and the expectation that financial resources to attend are available. If the original presenting author is unable to present, one of the co-authors should take over this responsibility.

Registration and payment of the fees must be completed by 31st March 2016 at the latest. If the speaker fails to register and pay before 31st March 2016, his / her abstract will be excluded from the scientific program and publication.

SPEAKER DISCLOSURE OF POTENTIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

The Scientific Committee requires that all presentations be as free of commercial bias as possible and that any information on commercial products or services be based on already generally accepted medical thinking. It is also preferred that generic drug names be used wherever possible and that any presentation referring to unlabelled or research-associated commercial products should disclose this situation to session attendees.

TOPICS

The correct topic must be selected to ensure correct scoring. 

The content of the abstract must be topic related :

Atopic dermatitis   Melanocytic naevi
Acne and facial dermatoses     Malformation syndromes and mosaic skin conditions
Autoimmune and inflammatory systemic diseases  Neonatal and prenatal dermatology
Auto-inflammatory diseases
 Nutrition and Skin
Blistering disorders    Photodermatology
Cases in search of a diagnosis or a treatment
 Pigmentary disorders
Contact dermatitis and allergy  Primary immune deficiency
Dermatopathology  Psoriasis and disorders of cornification
Drug reactions
 Psychodermatology
Darker skin and ethnic skin  Socio economic aspects of chronic dermatoses
Exanthemas    Surgery in paediatric dermatology
Genodermatoses Nutrition and Skin  Therapeutic Education
Hair and nail disorders  Tumors and neoplasia
Inborn errors of metabolism and the skin  Urticaria and angiooedema
Infections and infestations of the skin  Vascular anomalies
Mastocytosis