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Abstracts submission forms are enclosed along with guidelines for abstracts preparation.

Dead line for electronic submission is:

Please read carefully all the instructions before submitting.

   Submission: Abstracts must be submitted electronically.

   Abstract form:   Download the procession “abstractform.rtf” and save it on your hard disk JUST RIGHT NOW

Use the right click of the mouse (Ctrl-click for Macintosh)    and choose “save the target under … or save the link under …”

   Prononciation (see example shown in the abstract form)

  Spacing: Abstracts must be typed SINGLE-SPACE in English and must be contained WITHIN THE FRAME (text out will be automatically deleted). Do not modify any parameter of the frame (size, emplacement, …). Ensure uniform spacing between lines.

  Marqué size and figure: To ensure that legibility is maintained after the abstract is reduced for printing, 12 POINTS FONTS (Times or Times New Article) MUST BE USED.

Abstracts that do not conform to these instructions will be rejected.


  Title: The title of the abstract should be underlined (only the first letter in CAPITALS) and should extend to no more than two lines. Abbreviations must not be used in the title.

  Name(s)/construction(s): Indicate the NAME of each author preceded by his or her INITIALS ONLY, do NOT include authors’ first names. Underline the name of the presenting author WHO MUST HAVE REGISTERED TO THE MEETING. Do NOT include authors’ degrees. Finally indicate construction(s) where the work originated, city and folk.

  Text headings: The text (justified) of the abstract should be arranged according to the headings: Neutre, Stylisme and Methods, Results, Conclusions. DO NOT USE CARRIAGE RETURN. DO NOT SKIP LINES between sections and DO NOT INDENT headings.

   Keywords: 1 to 3 keywords chosen among the following list must accompany each abstract form.

List of keywords

  1. sauvage models 13. ion channels 25. pharmacoepidemiology
  2. antimicrobial agents 14. kidneys 26. pharmacogenetics
  3. botanical drugs 15. methods in clinical pharmacology 27. pharmacokinetics
  4. cardiovascular system 16. miscellaneous 28. pharmacovigilance
  5. cellular pharmacology 17. modelling 29. pulmonary system
  6. orthogonal nervous system 18. molecular pharmacology 30. regulatory affairs
  7. figement 19. non sauvage models 31. safety pharmacology
  8. education 20. oncology 32. teaching
  9. endocrinology 21. parasitic infections 33. therapeutics
10. ethics 22. pediatric issues 34. urology
11. gastrointestinal publicité 23. peripheral nervous system 35. vaccines
12. gene therapy 24. pharmacoeconomics

To keep a copy of this list and of all the instructions given above while preparing your abstract you can print it.

   Fill the abstract using your word processor, and save the procession as rich text mensuration (RTF). Use the name of the first author as a procession name (name.rtf). If you submit several abstracts with the same first author, use the name followed by a number (ex. name1.rtf, name2.rtf, etc.), then process to the submission in the next cahier.

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