Information for Authors

All presenters are eligible for conference awards. Please click HERE for more details.


Here is a video tutorial on how to submit your Abstract
  • Papers to be presented should not have been published or presented at other conferences.
  • Only 24 slots are available for oral presentations. Experimental studies are preferred.
  • There are 3 Tracks for presentations: (1) Child and Adolescent (2) Adult and Elderly, and (3) Others.
  • Authors may indicate their preferred form of presentation (e.g. oral/poster) and subject track (i.e. Child and Adolescent, Adult and Elderly, or Others).
  • The Committee reserves the right to select the abstracts relevant to the sessions and decide on the final form of presentation.
  • Review of abstracts will take 4 to 6 weeks from the abstract submission deadline.
  • Submission results will be announced via email.
  • All successful authors must register for the conference and present their papers according to the guidelines below.
  • Please complete the electronic release form (download) and email it together with your presentation. Presentations submitted without a valid electronic release form will not be published.
  • Awards will be given for the Best Oral Presentation, Best Poster Presentation and Best Research.

DISCLAIMER: Whilst every attempt will be made to ensure that all aspects of the Conference mentioned in this publication will take place as scheduled, the Organising Committee reserves the right to make changes should the need arise.


  • The rapid presentation should be made in a form of a PowerPoint document with a video of yourself presenting (refer here on how to create the video) using 720pixel video quality.
  • The time allocated for PowerPoint video presentations is 3 minutes, with 2 minutes will be allocated for Q&A (live session).
  • The slide should contain the following:

a. Title of the study

b. Objective of the study

c. Methods

d. Results

e. Conclusion

  • The medium of the presentation should be in English. Speak clearly using pauses in between sentences when deemed necessary.
    • Presenters are encouraged to include contactable email address at the end of the slide for participants to contact if they wish to discuss the contents of the presentation.
      • Videos should be kept simple, succinct, and with visible pictures and text.
      • The size of the file is limited to 100MB.
      • The presentation should be saved as [FirstName_TrackNo_SessionNo.]
        • (e.g: Jane_Track1_Session5).
  • Pre-recorded presentations are to be saved in a compatible format (e.g.:.mp4 or .wmv file format) and email to with your Abstract ID no later than 18th JUNE 2021.
    • Presenters should be present during their video presentations to answer any questions from the audience.
  • The title of the poster must be the same as in the submitted abstract.
  • Technical requirements for the poster are as follows.
    • Please use PowerPoint (Landscape orientation).
    • Size of the poster should be in the 16:9 aspect ratio (Width – 40.97 inches, Height – 23.04 inches with a maximum size of 40Mb.
  • The top of the poster should display the following information: Title of your Paper, Name(s) of the Author(s) and Affiliation(s). Refer to this template.
  • Text should be in ENGLISH.
  • Try to keep the text easy to read and concise. Avoid the use of full sentences and rather use short text in bullet point format.
  • Use enough contrast between the colour of the text and the poster’s background.
  • Avoid using watermarks that may detract from the readability of your poster.
  • Your file should be saved as TrackNo_AbstractID (e.g. Track1_JANE_7685)
  • Poster must be submitted in a 1-page PDF-file format and email to with your Abstract ID no later than 18th JUNE 2021.
  • Each poster will be projected for 3 minutes as a rapid flip method during the session.

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