Scientific Board

President

Claire-Marie Rangon

MD, PhD

Member

Gary Stanton

MD, FAAMA

Member

Robert Bering

Prof., Psychiatrist


Paper submission guidelines

ALL PUBLICATIONS, oral, communication or poster, must be submitted to the Scientific Committee for evaluation and acceptance which will assess it and if accepted will classify it as a poster presentation (poster) or oral one in plenary session.

The speakers are free to propose their publication to be classified as an oral plenary session one or a poster. Nevertheless, the final decision to accept the classification proposal will be taken by the scientific committee and is no subject to revocation.

The arguments expressed in the communication concern their author only. The authors agree to provide the Scientific Committee (and at demand) with the total of the scientific data (i.e. charts).  

The oral presentation time is 15 minutes + 5 minutes discussion time.

 

If you cannot be present in Copenhagen, please send, in addition to the documents below, a video presentation which will be broadcasted (in plenary or during the poster session). Please contact Mrs at contact@auriculosymposium.com for this point.

 

ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

All accepted communications will be published in the summary book of the symposium in the same form as they were submitted, and possibly in the American journal “Medical Acupuncture” (in this case, it is your sole responsibility to contact Dr. Richard Niemtzow

at n5evmd@gmail.com). In this case, however, your work must first be accepted by us.

Therefore, the authors shall absolutely respect the following abstract guidelines:

  1. Text in Word format (.doc or .docx), Times New Roman 12 font, illustrations and tables included in the text and referenced. Illustrations, tables, etc. will also be submitted as separate files for layout and quality purposes.
  2. Language: preferably in English, including a summary (10 lines in French) or contrariwise in French with a summary of 10 lines in English. Other languages are accepted in place of French, but there must always be a summary in English.
  3. 30 000 letters at maximum (spaces, bibliography included). The details on denominations and institutions can be treated apart.
  4. The communication title shall be in bold (no capitals).
  5. The author’s name shall be written using capitals for initials. The family name at first position before the first name (e.g.: Dupont Pierre).
  6. The principal author’s name shall be underlined (e.g.: Dupont Pierre).
  7. The author’s institution/ affiliation service, telephone number, city and country shall be written using capitals for the first letter using italic style for the whole text (e.g.: Service for Internal Medicine, University of Rouen - 76821 MONT-SAINT-AIGNAN, FRANCE).
  8. Please mention the contact postal address and the main work email address.
  9. If it possible, the communication shall be subdivided in several parts (titles written in bold using capitals for the first letter), which can be the following:

Introduction and the aim of the communication – Methods – Results – Discussion - Conclusions – Bibliography.

  1. All ear points or areas mentioned shall be presented together with a photo or image showing in a clear way the anatomic situation of the point or the area. This rule must be strictly respected; otherwise the work can be refused by the Scientific Committee.
  2. The presented paper must deal if possible the symposium topic, which is:

« The cartography of the auricle».

  1. 13. Regarding posters, A1 format display spaces (84x60) will be made available to you during the symposium.

Please be aware that the Scientific Committee will examine all submitted communications (oral and posters). The Scientific Committee reserves the right to modify the communication type and/or its category, in respect of the content, the author’s request and after taking note of the author’s opinion.

 

PAPER SUBMISSION

The text and the images, photos and other drawings shall be sent in as a Microsoft Office Word file format (Doc or Docx file, images jpg, charts in Excel xls), following the abovementioned instructions, at the following email address: cmrangon@gmail.com

Please find more information regarding the expedition and download of voluminous files using the following links:

https://www.webrankinfo.com/dossiers/gmail/piece-jointe

https://support.google.com/drive/answer/37603?hl=fr

 

Please indicate in the email subject the title and the author’s name of the communication.

 

Every picture, drawing, diagram or chart mentioned in the text shall receive a reference number and added separately in jpg format (as for images) and in xls format (as for charts).

All communication will receive a confirmation of the reception and we kindly ask the authors to confirm its reception. Therefore, it is very important to provide us with a correct email address to assure communication.

 

NOTE

  1. Deadline for abstracts : March 31st, 2023

    Deadline for final presentation : June 15th 2023

  2. A registration to the congress of at least one of the authors is compulsory to present a communication.
  3. The communication will be examined by the Scientific Committee, coordinated by Claire-Marie Rangon.

 

The authors will be informed by email (email address given by the author) about the state of their paper submission (accepted – refused - accepted with demand for revision), paper category and of course the date and hour of the presentation. The Scientific Committee’s decision will be addressed not later than the 31st of July 2023.

 

Yours sincerely,

Claire-Marie Rangon, MD, PhD

Scientific Committee President