Abstract Guidelines

Abstract Presentation Guidelines

All accepted abstract are included in the program of ISDF 2019.
Please find the preliminary program here.

If you have any questions or remarks, please contact diabeticfoot@congressbydesign.com

Abstract Secretariat

Abstracts topics:

  • Diagnosis and conservative treatment of Charcot
  • Diagnostics
  • Education and prevention
  • Epidemiology
  • Foot care in low income and developing countries
  • Foot clinics
  • Footwear and offloading
  • Health Economy
  • Infection
  • Neuropathy
  • Novel developments
  • Organisation of care
  • Other
  • Peripheral arterial disease
  • Psychology and quality of life
  • Surgery
  • Wound healing

Important deadlines:

  • December 23, 2018: Deadline abstract submission, withdrawal and change of abstract content
  • February 11, 2019: Notification of abstract scheduling/rejection to submitting author
  • March 4, 2019: Scheduling notifications to submitting authors

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Abstracts should be written in English.
  • Each abstract should have a brief descriptive title of maximally 20 words and should be written in sentence case.
  • Names, institutional affiliations, cities, and countries of all contributing authors should be provided. A maximum of 15 authors per abstract is allowed.
  • The abstract text should not exceed 350 words and one figure/table/photograph may be added to an abstract. In case an illustration is uploaded, reduce the abstract word count by 100 words.
  • A maximum of five literature references may be added at the end of the abstract text.
  • Mention all sources of funding of the work described and other acknowledgements briefly at the end of the abstract text. References and acknowledgements are included in the 350 word count for the abstract text.
  • Provide at least two specific keywords, describing the content of your abstract for scheduling and indexing purposes.
  • Before starting submission, you are advised to review the abstract submission guidelines and requirements.