The NAUS 2017, Benin Scientific sub-committee hereby invites all who wish to make scientific presentation(s) to submit their abstract(s). Abstract submission commences on April 1st, 2017 and closes on 30th, September 2017.
The theme of the conference is “MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY IN UROLOGY” and sub-theme “THE ROLE OF GUIDELINES/AUDIT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UROLOGIC CONDITIONS”.
Abstracts should be sent by email to:
Abstracts should be written and presented in English. It should be prepared with Microsoft word using Times New Roman 12. The full names, address and the affiliations of the authors should be written in bold. The name, address and the email of the corresponding author should also be indicated. The name of the presenter should be underlined.
Abstract MUST include the following five distinct sections: - Background- Objective(s) - Materials and Methods - Results – Conclusion and should not exceed 250 words.
The work covered by the abstract must not have been published (manuscript or abstract) before November 24th, 2017. Abstracts may be submitted as Podium or Poster presentation.
The scientific committee will review all submitted abstracts and an acceptance notification will be sent to the corresponding author by email not later than 31st October 2017, confirming the mode of presentation.
To ensure that your abstract receives proper scientific consideration, it is advisable to submit an abstract with a topic relevant to the theme of the conference
Only accepted Abstracts or Posters with evidence of payment of Conference Registration fee would be presented or displayed at the conference.
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We, the registered surgeons practicing Urology in Nigeria having firmly and solemnly resolved to come together under one umbrella as an association in our own interest and in the interest of the nation