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SCIENTIFIC SUNDAYS

On last Sunday of every month (2-3 PM London time), TUGS Scientific Sundays will give researchers from around the world a digital platform to present and discuss their research over Zoom.

 

Every Scientific Sunday will comprise of an hour, in which up to five researchers will have the opportunity to present their research. (8 minute presentation + 2 minute discussion). Each Scientific Sunday will have two-three panellists who will moderate the meeting and choose the best abstract for a TUGS Prize.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

All submitting authors should be TUGS members, if not please register with the button below.

Abstracts should not have more than 250 words and include the following subsections:

1) Background

2) Methods

3) Results

4) Conclusion

 

Abstracts should also include: 

1) Title of the abstract

2) Presenting author with the academic credentials and current affiliation

3) Other authors names with academic credentials and affiliations

4) Type of study (Case report; systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, etc)

For the submission process please click on the "Submit your abstract" button and upload two separate files:

1) A blinded abstract (without author names and affiliations). In case you have doubts please consult the sample abstract attached below.

2) A complete abstract (with all the author details). In case you have doubts please consult the sample abstract attached below.

All abstracts should be submitted by the 26th of October and the presenter should be available by the 31th of October 2021.

BECOME PART OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

For the abstract selection process and moderation of the TUGS Scientific Sundays we are going to form a TUGS Scientific Committee.

 

We are currently looking for colleagues to sit on this committee. These would be academically active individuals with at least one postgraduate qualification and 25 peer-reviewed publications, who are willing to evaluate the submitted abstracts on a predefined set of criteria, and moderate two (or more) Scientific Sunday sessions per year.

In case you are interested please fill the form in the button below: