We would like to announce that the submission of full papers through Springer’s EquinOCS system now is open!
Please click on the WORD TEMPLATE button to download the form and instructions for the paper.
Full papers will be published in Proceedings of BIOMEDVETMECH in the IFMBE Proceedings Series – Springer. Authors of the best papers will be invited to publish an extended version of the paper in the MBEC Journal – Springer or Health and Technology – Springer.
Start of online full paper submission: June 28, 2022
The deadline for final papers: October 10, 2022
Papers acceptance notification: October 12, 2022
Congress: October 20-22, 2022
OUTSTANDING PAPER AWARD
Do you want to submit your paper for an award? Please click on the AWARD button to find out more!
The abstract of the poster presentation must be submitted via the Springer system https://biomedvetmech.com/paper-submission/. Check “For poster presentation” in the NOTE field or email email@example.com to confirm.
300 words, or roughly 1500 characters, should be on the poster, includes references. The poster’s dimensions should not exceed 90 x 120 cm. Please create your poster using the “BioMedVetMech Poster Template” as a guide.
Please be mindful of the text size, image quality, and typographical and spelling problems when producing the poster.
Please print the poster yourself and bring it to the Congress venue and place your poster at least 1 hour before the start of the poster session. Every exhibitor is required to stand near to his or her poster in order to facilitate greater interaction with other attendees. After the presentation, all exhibitors are in charge of removing their posters. Please click on the Best poster award icon for further details if you want to submit your poster for an award. There will be a double-blind review of the posters. The criteria for selection are research quality, presentation skill, and design.
Human and Animal Rights Declaration
When describing studies involving human subjects, authors should state whether the practices used complied with the Helsinki Declaration of 1975, as amended in 2000 and 2008, as well as the institutional and national accountable committee on human experimentation’s ethical criteria. If there is any uncertainty as to whether the research complied with the Helsinki Declaration, the authors must justify their method and show that the study’s questionable components were expressly approved by the institutional review board. Authors should be prompted to state whether the institutional and national guidelines for the care and use of laboratory animals were adhered to when reporting on animal experiments.