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ATTENTION: before following the rules for submissions you MUST be registered in our system.
Note that payment is not mandatory right now. The deadline for payment for those who had their activity accepted is: 08/30/2016
Just remember: the sooner you pay, less it will cost you.

General rules

Abstracts of scientific activities can be in english, portuguese or spanish.

Step by Step:
• Select your abstract topic according to main theme of your presentation. The list of topics can be found under the item TOPICS – below in this same text;
   o Select the appropriate format of your presentation:
   o Panel;
   o Symposium;
   o Workshop;
   o BRITE – (BRIng your own Thoughts and Experiences
• The abstract title should have no more than 20 words;
• The abstract body should have no more than 250 words;
• Please indicate three keywords (MeSH terms only).

Abstracts for Panels, Symposia, Workshops, BRITE presentations shall include two sections
• Justification (Please explain the purpose of the activity) and
• Content (Please explain how to conduct the activity & the topics to be covered)

• Disclaimer - Conflicts of interest:
All authors should declare their competing interests in the abstract submission platform, mentioning whether there was support from any organization for the submitted paper, financial relationships with any organizations that might have an interest in the submitted paper in the previous three years and/or relationships or activities that could appear to have influenced the submitted work.

• EACH DELEGATE CAN PRESENT UP TO 5 (FIVE) ACTIVITIES ALTHOUGH HE MIGHT BE AS AUTHOR IN MORE THAN FIVE.

Topics

Choose one; the scientific committee may suggest another topic.


GLOBAL ISSUES
          - Environment
          - Equity/Iniquity and Health Access
          - Ethical Issues
          - Gender Issues
          - Global issues, epidemic and pandemic diseases.
          - Health Policies & Management
          - Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment
          - Tobacco, alcohol and other drugs (Policies)
POPULATION STRATEGIES
          - Health Education
          - Health Promotion
          - Immunization
          - Screening
DISCIPLINE AND PROFESSION
          - Postgraduate teaching
          - Professional development
          - Research
          - Residency Programs
          - Undergraduate teaching
HEALTH SYSTEM ORGANIZATION
          - Coordination of care
          - Financial aspects
          - Primary care role
          - Quality
          - Remmuneration system
PRACTICE (HEALTH CENTER) ORGANIZATION
          - Access
          - Budget and administration
          - Community orientation
          - Comprehensiveness
          - Continuity
          - Cultural Competence
          - Family centeredness
          - Rural practice
          - Team cooperation
CLINICAL MANEGEMENT
          - Clinical register, health record and classification
          - Communication skills
          - Domiciliary Care, Home Care, Palliative Care
          - Less prevalent health isseus in primary care
          - Most prevalent health issues in primary care
          - Physical examination, maneuvers and procedures in primary care
          - Special health issues in primary care: vulnerable populations, violence, etc.
          - Traditional and complementary Medicine

Formats for the presentation of Activities

Abstracts shall include two sections:
• Justification (please explain the purpose) and
• Content (please explain how to conduct the activity and the topics to be discussed)

- Panel (1-2 hours)

A panel discussion is a situation in which a group of people are gathered together to discuss an issue, often to provide feedback on something, to brainstorm solutions to a problem or to discuss an issue of public concern in front of an audience. As it is defined as discussion, most of the panel should be a conversation. Panel moderator should lay out the main topics and the fields of discussion for the audience. Panelists should only use slides in order to present key figures, photos or graphics in their field of expertise. The moderator should follow the timing of the session carefully and make sure all topics are discussed within the time limits.

- Symposium (20-30 minutes)

A Symposium is a formal meeting at which experts discuss a particular topic. Information about different aspects of the topic considering the best evidence and state of art should be provided within the symposium. The speakers should prepare proper slides to assist their presentation within the specified time limits.

- Workshop (2-4 hours)

A meeting at which a group of people engage in intensive discussion and activity on a particular subject or project, by emphasizing on exchange of ideas and the demonstration, and application of techniques, skills, etc. As it is defined, Workshop may have a small presentation but that is all, most of the time should be used for group discussions relevant to the workshop questions and at the end the result of the discussions should be reported.

- Brite (BRIng your Thoughts and Experiences) (30 min – 1 hour)

The conference will provide the opportunity for the practitioners who are working in various fields of family medicine -clinics, education, etc.- to share their own knowledge and experiences, to ask their own questions and get answers. Brite sessions will fulfil this need. In the Brite sessions, the participants will share their own experiences in a certain topic.
Sample BRITE
One of the most stressing things for me is to start on insulin on a type 2 diabetes patient. The guidelines are quite certain about this; however the risk of patient going in to hypoglycemia scares me, especially for elder patients. I developed a solution for these situations: there is an endocrinology specialist at a nearby hospital. I send the patient information to him for his approval. This increases my self-confidence and if there will be a complication with the patient in the future and I am relatively relieved of responsibility. What if my endocrinologist friend leaves the hospital and finds a job elsewhere; this is my biggest fear. How do you deal with such situations?
An example for BRITE submission:
Title: Insulin Initiation in Primary Care
Abstract: One of the most stressing things for me is to start on insulin on a type 2 diabetes patient. The guidelines are quite certain about this; however the risk of patient going in to hypoglycemia scares me, especially for elder patients. I developed a solution for these situations: there is an endocrinology specialist at a nearby hospital. I send the patient information to him for his approval. This increases my self-confidence and if there will be a complication with the patient in the future and I am relatively relieved of responsibility. What if my endocrinologist friend leaves the hospital and finds a job elsewhere; this is my biggest fear. How do you deal with such situations?
Since a BRITE is your personal experience and thoughts, please do not include additional authors during abstract submission.

 

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Extracted from Wonca Europe 2015/ Europe 2014/ 2015


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