Global Cardiology Conference is pleased to announce
Call For Abstracts Programme
Participate in the Global Cardiology Conference 2023, by sharing your research and papers on cardiovascular fields.
Abstract Submission Starts
15th July 2023
Last Date for Abstract Submission
15th September 2023
GCCCardio allows you to showcase your work to a wide audience of academia, researchers, cardiologists, healthcare professionals, and policymakers across the globe. Presenting your abstract will highlight best practices, share innovative ideas and knowledge in the field.
Do not miss the opportunity to take part in the inaugural Middle East edition of the Global Cardiology Conference.
Please read the following submission guidelines.
For any additional questions, please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstract Categories and Topics:
|Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology||
|Cardiac Development, Structure and Function||
|Genetics and Genomics||
|Metabolism and Physiology||
|Acute Coronary Syndromes &Interventional Cardiology||
|Congenital Heart Disease||
|Electrophysiology and Arrhythmias||
|Heart Failure, Cardiomyopathies & Inherited Heart Diseases||
|Vascular Disease and Thrombosis||
Broad Focus Topics
|Cardiometabolic Health and Diabetes||
|Women’s Heart Health and Underrepresented Populations||
|Nursing Research and Clinical||
|General Cardiology & Others|
Global Cardiology Conference
Submission Guidelines for General Abstract
- All abstracts must be submitted (and if accepted, will be presented) in English having accurate grammar and spelling are suitable for publication.
- Statistical results (including descriptive and inferential statistics) are to be included.
- The author must affirm the work submitted is original and that all statements declared as facts are based on thorough examination and investigation for accuracy.
- Abstracts containing identical or nearly identical data submitted from the same institution and/or individuals will be disqualified.
- Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the author(s) to present if accepted. Failure to present, if not justified, will jeopardize future acceptance of abstracts for GCC meetings/conferences.
- An abstract must have a short, specific title (containing no abbreviations or inflammatory language) that indicates the nature of the investigation.
- Avoid an abstract title that reveals the results of the study. Explicit titles denoting the findings should be used (not “Investigations of…,” “Studies of…,” etc.)
It is recommended abstracts have the following identifiable sections:
- Research Questions/Hypothesis
- Results/Data (descriptive and inferential statistics)
Do not include references, credits or grant support.
Abstract Character Guidelines:
- Abstracts are limited to 1,950 characters (about 300-350 words).
- Spaces do not count as characters.
- Counts towards Character Limit:
- Text in the abstract body
- Graphics – The addition of an image whether a figure or a table deducts 250 characters.
- Does not count towards character limit:
- Title of abstract
- Names of authors
- Spaces in the abstract body
- Caption of graphic
- All graphics (figures) and text-based graphics (tables) should be provided as 72-300 dpi, pre-sized. BMP, GIF. JPG or .PNG images only, with a maximum width of 440 pixels (no limit on length). Black-and-white digital images should be in grayscale mode. Colour images should be saved in RGB colour mode.
- All graphics will require a brief description of the image.
Author and Co-author Names
The abstract should have the following distinct categories (about 300 – 350 words)
Only one figure/table can be included. Please ensure the image used is high quality.
Biography of presenting author (should not exceed 100 words)
(Example: Dr Liza studied Chemistry at Sofia University, Bulgaria, graduating with an MS in 1999. She then joined the research group of Prof. James at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IGIC-BAS). She received her PhD degree in 2004 at the same institution. After one year of postdoctoral fellowship supervised by Dr Williams at the Catalysis and Spectrochemistry Laboratory, in France, she obtained the position of an Associate Professor at the IGIC. She has published more than 70 research articles in SCI(E) journals.)
Details of presenting author to be mentioned in the certificate: