You are encouraged to submit abstracts for oral papers and or posters, please state if you think your presentation would work well in workshop format. Please read the instructions prior to submitting your abstract.
The Abstract submission deadline is October 31, 2021
Please note: if you had submitted an abstract for the 2020 meeting that was cancelled, you do not need to submit that abstract again.
Instructions for abstracts
Abstract titles should be brief and reflect the content of the abstract. The abstract must not exceed 300 words (not including the title and key words). All correspondence will be with the presenting author.
Abstracts should be structured to include:
- An introductory sentence including the purpose of the presentation
- A brief description of the project; in case of pertinent research the methods adopted
- A summary of new, unpublished data and/or other relevant facts and solutions
- Only standard abbreviations should be used and kept to a minimum
We strongly recommend that you write your abstract in a word processor (such as Microsoft Word) and ensure that the abstract is 300 words or less. The author is responsible for checking the spelling of the abstract.
Abstract Submission Form
Please download and complete the abstract form below:
Publication of Abstracts
All abstracts will be peer reviewed by members of the scientific committee and those accepted will be published in the programme and abstract booklet. Delegates are encouraged to submit a paper based on their presentation to the Journal of Cancer Education, the official Journal of the American & European Associations for Cancer Education (AACE & EACE). Please prepare the manuscript in accordance with the guidelines for contributors to the Journal of Cancer Education.