Abstract Submission

Eligibility Requirements

  • To qualify kindly submit your abstract on or before February 15, 2020 for Oral and Poster presentations.
  • Candidate must register and pay the registration fee in full.
  • English abstract submission will be accepted.
  • The Scientific Organizing Committee will review all submissions.
  • Abstracts and/or data previously presented or published locally or internationally are not allowed.
  • Abstracts may contain new research on a topic presented previously.
  • Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the author(s) to present should the abstract be selected for oral presentation.

Review Process
Abstracts will be scored on the following criteria:

  • Scientific merit
  • Applicability to MCH Themes
    • Pre-conception period/reproductive health
    • Pregnancy
    • Fetal and Post-natal life
  • Originality of work
  • Adequate Sample Size and Statistics
  • Clarity, Punctuation and Grammar

How to Apply


The Scientific Committee will review all submitted abstracts. Notification regarding abstract acceptance will be sent to the submitting author via e-mail. Please ensure to fill up the application form properly and send via email to MCH@risadmin.onmicrosoft.com

All notification of schedule and correspondence will be directed to the submitting author via email indicated in the application form.

Abstract Structure:

  1. Category:
    1. Pre-conception period/reproductive health
    2. Pregnancy
    3. Fetal and Post-natal life
  2. Title
    • Should be written in sentence structure (capitalize first word and remaining words begin in lower case).
  3. Author Names and Affiliations
    • Should begin on the line immediately after the Title. If there are multiple authors underline the name of the presenting author. Also indicate with * the corresponding author. Indicate all affiliations with a lower-case superscript letter immediately after the author's name
  4. Objectives and Study
    • State the study's research objective and rationale
  5. Methods
    Summarize methods
  6. Results
    • To note, "The results will be discussed" is not acceptable. Emphasize the rationale, significance of results, and general principles.
  7. Conclusion
    • State the conclusions
  1. Writing must be in English, must be concise, clear, and grammatically correct.
  2. Abstracts must be data-driven and must include this information in the body of the abstract.
  3. The abstract paragraph cannot exceed 300 words and is to be written in single-space.
  4. Leave one-line space between the affiliation address(es) and the beginning of the abstract paragraph.
  5. All abbreviations should be defined when first used.
  6. All presenting authors must register for the conference and pay the registration fees in order to qualify for oral/poster presentation.
  7. Upon acceptance, you will receive an email detailing poster/oral presentation details.