General Rules 

  • All abstracts, e-posters as well as Microsoft Office Power Point Presentations must be submitted in English.
  • The MIMS Scientific Committee will review all abstracts. Following the information regarding acceptance, scheduling information will be sent to the abstract submitter.
  • All manuscripts must be submitted and presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling of quality suitable for publication.
  • Manuscripts have to be original and must not have been published or presented at any other meeting prior to MIMS. Manuscripts containing updated information or modified data to previously published or presented abstracts will not be considered or accepted for presentation.
  • If drug names are used in the abstract, authors are advised to use generic names only.
  • Please note that each person may submit up to 2 abstracts as a presenting author.
  • Upon submission, the Abstract Submitter accepts that the content of this abstract cannot be modified or corrected after final submission and is aware that it will be published exactly as submitted.
  • Submission of the abstract constitutes the author’s consent to publication (e.g. book of abstracts, MIMS website, programs and other promotions).
  • The Abstract Submitter grants the Organisers a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable nonexclusive license to use, reproduce, publish, translate, distribute, and display the content.
  • Upon submission, the Abstract Submitter confirms that the contact details saved in the system are those of the corresponding author, who will be notified about the status of the abstract. The corresponding author is responsible for informing the other authors about the status of the abstract.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to remove from any publication an abstract which does not comply with the above.


Abstract submission guidelines

Carefully read the guidelines before submitting your abstract. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered. Abstracts that did not meet the structure requirements or that contain a large number of errors will also not be accepted.

Abstract should be submitted as Word document through electronic form.

Official language is English therefore your abstract must be in English.

Abstract template you can find here. Fill in the gaps according to the instructions. The maximum number of authors allowed per manuscript is 5. Full name of the first author should be written in CAPITAL LETTERS and the name of co-author(s) in lower-case letters. The text of the abstract may contain a maximum of 300 words. Keywords, title, and titles of abstract parts (e.g. Background, Aim, Methods, Results, and Conclusion part) are not included in a word count. Students' articles must be mentored by a teaching assistant or professor at the faculty. The name of the mentor is listed as the last in the list of authors' names. The author submitting an abstract to the MIMS Scientific team will be considered as a corresponding author.At the end of the abstract, please write 3 to 5 keywords that describe your research best. Abstract must contain original material. Plagiarism will result in rejection.

All categories of scientific work, as well as all relevant topics will be taken into consideration.

All abstracts of original research articles should be structured into the following sections:

  • AIM
  • RESULTS and

Abstracts which fall under the Case report category should contain the following:


Write up to 5 keywords. Case report abstract template you can find here

If you have studied the general rules and abstract submission guidelines, please submit your abstract here.

Abstract submission deadline is 10.09.2021.

The Scientific Committee will notify the authors about abstract acceptance no later than 20.09.2021. Please note that any submitted abstract, even if accepted by the Scientific Committee, will not be included in the conference program, congress Book of Abstracts, e-poster presentations and oral presentations, should you fail to register for the conference. Registration deadline is 04.09.2021.


E-poster presentations 

Electronic posters or e-posters are similar to traditional paper posters, but displayed on-site on a large LCD television screen and are available to participants for electronic viewing at all times. These posters do not require printing or production of materials – as all work will be presented electronically.

The posters must be written in English.

Poster size: B1 (707x1.000mm), PORTRAIT orientation.

Time for presentation: 7-10 minutes.

Each author must make himself available at the times of the poster presentations.

All authors of accepted abstracts will be contacted for all preparation details and technical aspects of e-posters.

Participants will be contacted regarding the information about specific time and place of e-poster sessions. Information will also be available on our web page.


Oral presentations

Oral presentations must be accompanied with the Microsoft Office Power Point, in a Windows-based environment (Mac users who want to submit presentations must export their presentation as an MS PowerPoint file or save as a PDF file) on the video projector, which participants prepare in English.

All authors of accepted abstracts will be contacted for all preparation details and technical aspects of oral presentations.

Time for presentation: 10 minutes. Please adhere strictly to the 10 minutes allocated to your presentation.

Bring a copy of your presentation on a USB flash drive to be copied onto the computer provided for presentation. 

Participants will be contacted regarding the information about specific time and place of oral presentation sessions. Information will also be available on our web page.