FIP has implemented the Abstract Mentoring Programme to provide qualified support for authors who have limited or no experience of submitting an abstract for a scientific congress.
The goal of this mentoring programme is to assist authors presenting their material clearly and concisely before their abstract is submitted for the formal abstract review process.
Because abstracts must be in English, this programme may be particularly helpful for those whose native language is not English.
It is important to note that the mentoring process is entirely separate from the formal abstract submission and review process. Requesting mentoring assistance and gaining feedback from mentors will not guarantee that an abstract will be accepted for presentation at the congress.
Draft abstracts for mentoring should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
01 December 2019: Submission deadline for abstracts seeking mentor input
10 December 2019: Deadline for mentor to provide feedback to mentee
15 December 2019: Deadline for final abstract submission
For more information, please send an email to:email@example.com
All poster presenters are responsible for putting up and removing their own posters in a proper way and strictly within the indicated timeslots.
If presenters hang their posters too early or do not remove their posters in time, FIP is not responsible for any damage that may occur if they have to be removed by staff members.
It is not possible to ship posters to the Scottish Event Campus before the congress.