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The winner of the best abstract of the year, will be chosen by the EWMA Scientific Committee.
The committee will choose the abstract based on the abstract guidelines.
This means that the abstract must include relevant and interesting research, and should include the following:
Aim: Clearly state the purpose of the abstract.
Methods: Describe your selection of observations or experimental subjects clearly.
Results: Present your results in a logical sequence in text, table and illustrations.
Conclusions: Emphasize new and important aspects of the study (perhaps as a discussion section) and the conclusions that are drawn from them. The conclusions need to be clear and precise.
The value of the Best Abstract of the Year prize is EUR 100.
The winner will be notified prior to the Conference.
The poster prizes are designed to reward the considerable work that goes into preparing an e-Poster for presentation at the conference.
To be eligible for consideration you must have an abstract accepted for e-Poster presentation at the EWMA 2024 Conference. Posters that have been submitted/presented elsewhere are not eligible for the e-Poster Prize.
A panel of judges will score the e-Posters. The panel will award 3-5 poster prizes.
The value of each poster prize is EUR 200.
Your accepted e-Poster will automatically be considered for this award, provided that it has not previously been submitted elsewhere.
E-Posters in the categories Case Study and Professional Communication are not considered for the prize.
E-Posters are evaluated on the following criteria:
This award is designed to encourage people who have not previously presented their work at an international conference.
To be eligible for this prize you must:
The value of the First Time Presenter Prize is EUR 450.
Please confirm that you are applying for this award when submitting your abstract online. Furthermore, you should send a letter to the EWMA Secretariat stating that this is your first presentation at an international conference, and you should enclose a letter from your employer/supervisor/manager confirming that you have not previously presented at an international conference.