Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Important dates

  Deadline for Abstract Submission : 14, Feb 2016

Guidelines

  • Please keep in mind that abstract submission must be electronically made via the website.
  • The abstract already published in the other journal or presented at the other conference will not be accepted. However, abstracts in progress of reviewing will be accepted.
  • Abstracts must be written in English.
  • Type: Original research / Case report
  • Original research
    • Length of title: Less than 30 words
    • Structure: Background-Methods-Results-Conclusions
    • Length of body: Less than 300 words
    • Reference: 2 references allowed
    • Figure & table: Up to 2 copies allowed
  • Case report
    • Length of title: Less than 30 words
    • Structure: Introduction-Case-Conclusions
    • Length of body: Less than 300 words
    • Figure & table: Up to 2 copies allowed


Presentation

  • How to submit
    • Upload via the website

  • Poster presentation
    This session is a graphic presentation of an author's research. The authors illustrate their findings by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams and a small amount of text on the poster boards.

  • Allotted time
    • 5 minutes for presentation
    • 3 minutes for Q&A

  • Size of Poster: 80cm (W) X 120 cm (H)
  • Structure of Contents
    • Research Abstracts: Background-Methods-Results-Conclusions
    • Case Reports: Introduction-Case-Conclusions

  • A presenting author must bring the poster printed out to the conference.

TOPICS to BE COVERED & CALL FOR PAPERS

  • Sexual rights
  • History, literature, art and sexuality
  • Basic science, brain and sexuality
  • Men's sexual health and male sexual dysfunction
  • Women's sexual health and female sexual dysfunction
  • Senescence, teenagers, handicaps and sexuality
  • Hormone, hypogonadism, menopause and sexuality
  • Cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, psychiatric, sexually transmitted ds., cancer, prostate and sexuality
  • Reproduction, contracept and sexuality
  • Transsexualism, transgender gender identity and sexuality
  • Drugs, herb, food, life style and sexuality
  • Surgery, sexual mutilations, trauma and sexuality
  • Law, politics, religion, armed service, media and sexuality
  • Violence, crime, prostitution and sexuality
  • Internet, visual technique and sexuality
  • Psychosexual counselling
  • Couple and behavior therapy
  • Sex education, mass media and internet
  • Sex economics
  • Controversies and consensus in sexology