Abstract Review Criteria

Is the abstract novel?
Does the rationale formulate a pressing problem or identify gap in existing knowledge?
Does the information add to the current body of knowledge?
Is there a clear hypothesis?
Are the methods adequately described and appropriate?
Are the results summarized adequately and is the data analysis appropriate?
Are the conclusions supported by the results and do they answer the stated objectives?
Is the abstract well written and grammatically correct?

  • (must be a member of CGIBD)
  • 2900 character limit. Include the following sections in your abstract: introduction, methods, results, discussion.
  • Accepted file types: pdf.
    Chart or Image #1
  • Accepted file types: pdf.
    Chart or Image #2