Guidelines on Submission of Abstracts for ISVS 2014
· The abstract
should be a compressed, informative and accurate presentation of the work.
· It must be
submitted through electronic web site based on the congress schedule as well as
uploading the related file.
· It should be in
English and Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx) with your full name as
filename e.g. AliNaghavi.doc
· A downloadable template for Abstracts is hosted at
congress website, which can be used by the authors to prepare their paper in
proper format. The presented guidelines is based on the Iranian Journal of
Veterinary Surgery (IJVS) journal. You can find the published articles in www.ivsajournals.com as a sample.
· Figures and tables are not necessary for abstract submission.
authors are responsible for obtaining permission for reprinting any material
included in their papers that is already copyrighted elsewhere.
· The submitted abstract shall be reviewed by Scientific
Committee and acceptance would be communicated well in advance to authors.
· The full paper of accepted manuscript must be submitted
by author based on the congress schedule.
· For original
studies, retrospective studies and descriptive studies the abstract must be included the following headings: Title,
Authors name, Affiliation, Objective, Design,
Animals (or Sample Population), Procedures, Results,
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance, Key words (3-5
words) and References
Clinical Reports, the extended abstract must be included the following
headings: Title, Authors name, affiliation, Case Description, Clinical
Findings, Treatment and Outcome, Clinical
Relevance and References
The general format requirements are as follows:
Paper Size: text body of extended
abstract should be between 150-250 words using A4 size paper (21 x
Margins: 2.5 cm margins
(sides and top/bottom)
3. Title: 14
pt bold Times New Roman, centered, bold,
capital letter (only first letter of the word)
blank line after the title, full name of the authors must be written
should be inserted on the name of presenting author/speaker
pt bold Times New Roman, centered, Bold
name and address of the institution where the work was done shall be centered
and in italics.
the email of the corresponding author.
pt Times New Roman, centered, Italic
7. Section Headings: 11
pt bold Times New Roman, First letter capital (e.g.
Body text: 11
pt Times New Roman, single spacing, fully
justified and no indentation for beginning of a paragraph
Page numbering: pages are not to be
Units: SI units are
ü References must be limited to those that are necessary
ü List of references should be in 10 pt Times New Roman, single spacing
ü Journal titles in the Reference section should be
abbreviated in accordance with the National Library of Medicine and Index
ü For references with more than 3 authors, only the first 3
authors should be listed, followed by "et al."
- The following is the style
used for common types of references:
1. Lamont LA,
Bulmer BJ, Sisson DD, et al. Doppler echocardiographic effects of medetomidine
on dynamic left ventricular outflow tract obstruction in cats. J Am Vet Med Assoc 2002;221:1276-1281.
2. Muir P,
Johnson KA, Manley PA. Fractures of the pelvis. In: Birchard SJ, Sherding RG,
eds. Saunders manual of small animal practice. 2nd ed. Philadelphia:
WB Saunders Co, 2000;1126-1132.
3. Moore MP,
Bagley RS, Harrington ML, et al. Intracranial tumors, in Proceedings.
14th Annu Meet Vet Med Forum 1996;331-334. Electronic material
4. Animal and
Plant Health Inspection Service Web site. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy
(BSE). Available at: www.aphis.usda.gov/lpa/issues/bse/bse.html. Accessed Feb