Women Institute of Learning and Rehabilitation Sciences (WIL/WIRS)

Conference 24

Women’s Undergraduate Health Professions Conference 2024

We are thrilled to invite you to the first-ever ‘Women’s Undergraduate Health Professions Conference 2024’ on August 24, 2024. This prestigious event is jointly organized by Women Medical College (WMC), Women Dental College (WDC), and the Women Institute of Learning & Rehabilitation Sciences (WIL&RS).

Our mission is to cultivate a strong research culture and promote meaningful collaboration among health professionals. The theme for this year’s conference is “Exploring Gender-Specific Challenges and Disparities in Healthcare and Academia.” Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from distinguished female health professionals who are leaders in their fields.

We welcome all undergraduate students in health professions education to join us for a day of inspiration and learning. The conference will feature keynote speeches, engaging workshops, competitive events, and more.

Registration is now open. Your participation and support are vital to the success of this event. Together, we can make a significant impact on the future of healthcare.

Join us and be a part of this transformative experience!

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Presentation Submission Guidelines for Short Communication​

Duration: 15 minutes total (10-minute presentation + 5-minute Q&A)
1. Presentation Content:
– Your presentation should concisely summarize the purpose, methods, results, and conclusions of your research or study.
– Clearly state the relevance and significance of your findings.
2. Structure:
– Title: Brief and informative, reflecting the content of your presentation.
– Authors: Include all contributing authors with their affiliations.
– Introduction: Provide background and context for your study.
– Methods: Outline the methods or approaches used.
– Results: Summarize the key findings or outcomes.
– Conclusions: Clearly state the conclusions drawn from your study.
3. Presentation Format:
– Presentation: 
The presentation should be structured to fit within a 10-minute time frame.
– Slides: Prepare concise, clear slides to accompany your presentation (around 5-8 slides is recommended).
– Q&A Session: Be prepared for a 5-minute question and answer session immediately following your presentation.
4. Submission Process:
– Submit your abstract and presentation details in the registration form (https://forms.gle/bKDafrejR8G9wpRf7).
– Include contact details of the presenting author for communication purposes.
– Ensure presentations are proofread and formatted according to the guidelines provided.
5. Review and Selection:
– Abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee based on scientific merit, relevance, and clarity.
– Selected participants will be notified of acceptance.
– Detailed instructions regarding presentation logistics will be provided upon acceptance.
6. Presentation Guidelines:
– Ensure your presentation is well-structured, engaging, and effectively communicates your research.
– Practice your presentation timing to adhere to the allocated 15-minute slot (10 minutes for presentation + 5 minutes for Q&A).
– Address any technical or logistical requirements well in advance.
7. Additional Information:
– For any queries regarding abstract submission or presentation guidelines, contact womenresearchsoiety@gmail.com.
Important Dates:
– Abstract Submission Deadline: 5th August 2024
– Notification of Acceptance: 12th August 2024
– Conference Dates: 24th August 2024
Thank you for your interest in presenting your research. We look forward to receiving your abstract and welcoming you to the Women’s Undergraduate Health Professions Conference 2024.

Poster Submission Guidelines

1. Poster Content:
– Your poster should effectively summarize the purpose, methods, results, and conclusions of your research or study.
– Clearly state the relevance and significance of your findings.
2. Structure:
– Title: Brief and informative, reflecting the content of your poster.
– Authors: Include all contributing authors with their affiliations.
– Introduction: Provide background and context for your study.
– Methods: Outline the methods or approaches used.
– Results: Summarize the key findings or outcomes.
– Conclusions: Clearly state the conclusions drawn from your study.
3. Poster Format:
– Layout: Design your poster to be visually appealing and easy to read from a distance.
– Size: Ensure your poster fits within the specified dimensions (A3 or A4 size).
– Content: Use clear headings, concise text, and visuals (graphs, charts, images) to enhance understanding.
– QR Code: Optionally include a QR code linking to more detailed information or your contact details.
4. Submission Process:
– Submit your poster abstract and details in the registration form (https://forms.gle/bKDafrejR8G9wpRf7) by 5th August 2024.
– Include contact details of the presenting author for communication purposes.
– Ensure posters are proofread and formatted according to the guidelines provided.
5. Review and Selection:
– Posters will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee based on relevance, clarity, and visual presentation.
– Selected participants will be notified of acceptance by 12th August 2024.
– Detailed instructions regarding poster display and presentation logistics will be provided upon acceptance.
6. Presentation Guidelines:
– Ensure your poster is well-organized and visually engaging to effectively communicate your research.
– Be prepared to discuss your poster and answer questions during the designated poster session.
– Bring necessary materials for setting up your poster at the conference venue.
7. Additional Information:
– For any queries regarding poster submission or guidelines, contact womenresearchsociety@gmail.com.
Important Dates:
– Poster Submission Deadline: 5th August 2024
– Notification of Acceptance: 12th August 2024
– Conference Dates: 24th August 2024

Thank you for your interest in presenting your research. We look forward to receiving your poster and welcoming you to the Women’s Undergraduate Health Professions Conference